Q) Hi! I was wondering if you send people to school to be CNAs? I had my license expire on me and I need help with getting the back. Can you please send me some information on this matter? Thank you!
A) I’m sorry to hear that your CNA license has expired. Here are some steps you can take to get it back:
- Contact your state’s nursing board to find out the requirements for reinstating your license.
- Complete any required training or education.
- Pass a criminal background check.
- Pay any applicable fees.
- Submit an application to reinstate your license.
The specific requirements for reinstating your license will vary from state to state. However, in general, you will need to complete a certain amount of training, pass a criminal background check, and pay a fee.
Here are some additional tips for reinstating your CNA license:
- Be sure to contact your state’s nursing board as soon as possible. The sooner you start the process, the sooner you will be able to get back to work.
- Be sure to complete all of the required training and education. This may include taking additional classes, completing clinical hours, or passing a competency exam.
- Be sure to pay any applicable fees. The fees for reinstating your license will vary from state to state.
- Be patient. The process of reinstating your license can take several weeks or even months.
We recommend that you call your local career center office as each state governs their training programs differently and therefore would have different back to work training programs available.