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CNA Classes in Alaska

In the State of Alaska, a person must have a high school diploma, or a GED in order to enter into a CNA training program. They must also be able to submit to and pass a complete background check. If the potential applicant has been a CNA in another state, they must not have any record of patient neglect, or abuse. If a potential student does not possess a high school diploma, or a GED, they might be permitted to enter a training program if they are able to pass a reading comprehension test.

Programs must be approved by the state of Alaska. The program must consist of a minimum of one hundred and forty (140) training hours, which will be broken down into sixty (60) hours of classroom instruction, and eighty (80) hours of clinical (hands on) training. Many have said that Alaska has one of if not the best CNA training program in the United States.

The curriculum covers things such as vital signs, basic nursing, nutrition, communication, and infection control.

The cost of attending a CNA class in Alaska runs around $2000, however it could be either higher or lower depending on where the class is taken.

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