There are a few steps on your pathway to becoming a Certified Nurse Assitant in Vermont.
To become eligible, you must have acceptable legal and professional backgrounds.
Other steps are taking the training course and passing the final test.
The Board of Nursing holds the jurisdiction of Licenced Nursing Assistants (LNAs) in Vermont.
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If you choose to become CNAs in Vermont, then the first step is to take some of the state-approved training programs.
The programs last for at least 80 hours.
You can find the complete list of approved programs state-wise on the Board of Nursing Website.
However, in certain conditions, you can take the test without previously attending the program.
People who complete some programs approved by other states in the last two years might be able to take the test if the program meets Vermont’s standards.
On the other hand, PN or RN students with at least 30 hours of clinical experience can also take the test.
Vermont requires the aspiring nurses to take the NNAAP test -National Nursing Aide Assessment Program, administered by Pearson VUE and NACES Plus Foundation in Vermont.
The test has a practical and theoretical part.
During the practical part, you will be asked to demonstrate your skill in crucial nursing activities and duties.
The theoretical part can be taken both written or oral.
You can find all the necessary information, including handbooks for learning on the Pearson VUE website.
In Vermont, there are various locations across the state where you can take the test.
Also, you have several chances to pass the test.
If you are unsuccessful, you will have to take the course again from the beginning and reapply for the test.
In Vermont, the fee for the test is $130.
Course attendants will go through the entire procedure with their instructor’s step by step.
If you are eligible to take the test without attending the course, you can find more useful information on the Pearson VUE website and
Board of Nursing website.
You can find forms and lists of the necessary documentation.
The documentation might include a copy of your nursing school diploma, copies of past and out of state nursing certificates, licenses, etc.
The country needs more LNAs and therefore, there are more nursing schools than ever.
However, before you rush to apply for the school, consider the drawbacks of the profession as well.
If you are still up to becoming a Licensed Nurse Assistant, check the complete list of schools in Vermont.
|Franklin County Rehab Center
|Albans City, VT 05478
|Berlin Health and Rehabilitation Center
|Barre, VT 05641
|Rowan Court Health and Rehabilitation Center
|Barre, VT 05641
|Bennington Health and Rehabilitation Center
|Bennington, VT 05201
|Eden Park Nursing Home
|Brattleboro, VT 05301
|Burlington Health & Rehab
|Burlington, VT 05401
|Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation – Birchwood Terrace
|Burlington, VT 05408
|Green Mountain Nursing Home
|Colchester, VT 05446
|Derby, VT 05829
|Greensboro Nursing Home
|Greensboro, VT 05841
|Gill Odd Fellows Home of Vermont Inc.
|Ludlow, VT 05149
|The Manor Inc
|Morrisville, VT 05661
|Northfield, VT 05663
|The Pines at Rutland Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation
|Rutland, VT 05701
|Franklin County Rehabilitation Center Inc
|Saint Albans, VT 05478
|Shelburne, VT 05482
|Northlands Job Corps Centre
|Vergennes, VT 05491
|Brookside Nursing Home Inc
|White River Junction, VT 05001
|Cedar Hill Health Care Center
|Windsor, VT 05089
Salaries are based on experience and formal education, but licenses and the city where you live also affects it.
Licences Nursing Assistant in Vermont makes averagely $30797 per year.
Find more information about salaries in Vermont in the table below.
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Regional Salary in Vermont
|Avg. Annual Salary
|Avg. Hourly Pay
|Top 10% Annual Salary
|Bottom 10% Annual Salary
|Burlington-South Burlington, VT
* Employment conditions in your area may vary.