CNA certification is an exam-based, voluntary credential reserved for registered nurses who meet specific nursing practice, continuous learning and testing requirements. The CNA certification specialty/area of nursing practice exams are administered annually. Candidates who are deemed eligible to write the certification exam will be given a link to the online exam prep resources for their nursing specialty/area of nursing practice.
All inquiries about the processing of your application, changes to your contact information, verification of status, withdrawal, or refunds can be handled by the CNA Certification Program Processing Centre at 1-800-450-5206. Changes to contact information can also be e-mailed to CNA or can be made by completing this online form.
Inquiries about nursing, certification eligibility, continuous learning activities and/or any other questions about certification unrelated to the application process should be directed to the CNA Certification Program at 1-800-361-8404 or e-mailed to CNA.
We are pleased that you are considering this professional commitment; it may be your best career move. Apply for CNA certification now!
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The resources within this section are offered to inform your cultural awareness, competency, and safety so as to enhance your capabilities to work with your clients in addressing their health and wellness needs
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This webinar will explore the impact that new technologies can have on patient privacy and confidentiality, patient care, professional boundaries and the reputations of nurses and the organizations in which they work.