CNA Programs in Vermont

Requirements to Become a Nursing Assistant in Vermont

State law in Vermont requires all prospective CNAs to undergo no less than 75 hours of training before they can become licensed. Additionally, the program you choose must be approved by the state of Vermont.

In Vermont, CNAs are referred to as Licensed Nursing Assistants (LNAs), and for you to become licensed, you will need to pass the state's Nurse Aide Competency Examination.

After you receive a passing score on the competency exam, you become an LNA in Vermont. You will need to pay the current licensing fee and meet various other requirements as set by the state.

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State-Approved Nursing Assistant Programs in Connecticut

Presently, there are dozens of facilities that offer approved LNA (CNA) programs in Vermont. Some of the most popular of such facilities in the state include: