What training is required for CNAs?

In most states, CNAs must receive initial training of at least 75 hours and complete 12 hours per year of continuing education.

In the Know has the training you need to help your CNAs learn, grow, and meet critical training requirements.

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The benefits of training with intheknow:

  • Improve client care and client satisfaction.

  • Reduce unnecessary hospitalizations.

  • Reduce caregiver turnover.

  • Boost reputation with referral sources.

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