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Many people come out of secondary school not sure what career path they should pursue. Have you considered becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant? This honorable profession boasts a starting salary of $28,000 per year with health and dental benefits as well. If you’ve been bouncing the idea back and forth, or have decided to get started, then you’ve come to the right place! Here’s what you need to know to become a CNA by enrolling in CNA classes in Delaware.

As far as CNA Certification goes, in Delaware it is the Long Term Care Residents Protection Division that is responsible for overseeing the training, testing and certification of a Certified Nursing Aide. If you would like to sign up for classes and training, then you must do it through one of the Division’s approved CNA programs. Any program that is not on this list does not qualify you for certification. CNA classes in Delaware are not at all time consuming and you can get trained, tested, certified and right to work within 2 months.

What Will Be Taught In Delaware CNA Classes?

There are a number of topics that are covered in CNA Programs and it is imperative that you learn them all. The curriculum of CNA classes in Delaware includes, but is not limited to:

  • Communicable disease, immunization, disease transmission, infection prevention, hand washing and hygiene
  • Feeding assistant training and recognizing the needs of the patient
  • Personal protective equipment and universal precautions
  • Lifts, transfers and delegated tasks
  • Dressing, bathing and personal care
  • TED stockings, dressing wounds and charting
  • Dealing with aggressive clients and family members
  • Personal safety

How Do I Become A Certified Nursing Assistant in Delaware?

  • Complete and pass your state approved CNA training program.
  • Fill out the examination application form along with the $108 fee ($118 if you have chosen to take the test orally).
  • Wait for your letter from Prometrics telling you the exam time, date and location. You should receive it within 10 business days. If you are taking your test at a facility, they will provide you with the pertinent information.
  • Prepare for your exam using Prometrics Practical Examination Prep.
  • Attend your exam and bring state issued photo ID to identify yourself at the testing center as well as your admission letter.
  • If you pass the exam, you will become listed on the CNA registry.

Note: You only have three attempts to pass both the written and skills components of the CNA exam to become a certified nursing assistant in Delaware. If you do not pass after your third attempt, you will be required to take you CNA classes and training again in order to become eligible to take the exam again.

The pass rate for the written examination (on the first try) is 95.88% and 82.36% on the clinical component, meaning that the quality of material that is taught is high. This is because the CNA training programs in Delaware have to be taught by a Registered Nurse in the state who has at least two years of training in the community or within a clinical setting. Having a nurse teach the material allows the students better access to healthcare resources that they will need to hone their skills and gives them an expert in the field to whom they may direct any questions.

Continuing Education, Training & Recertification

The state of Delaware made it mandatory for CNAs to continuously educate themselves on the latest skills and healthcare changes. Here are the requirements for continuing education:

  • Must be completed within the 2 year recertification period
  • CNA must complete 6 hours of CNA training with dementia patients
  • CNA must complete 2 hours of training in patient abuse prevention
  • CNA must complete 16 hours of other general healthcare classes
  • 64 hours of work as a CNA (aside from the 24 hour continuing education) during the 2 year period

Still have questions? Visit the Prometric site or contact one of the training facilities for additional information on additional requirements, which vary from program to program. Working as a CNA in Delaware is a wonderful way to give back to the community and create the life you’ve always dreamed of for yourself!

CNA Job and Salary Data for Delaware Cities

Urban Area Employed CNA’s Hourly Mean Wage Salary Range 10% – 90%* CNA Employment Per 1,000 Jobs
Dover 910 $13.60 $9.78 – $17.51 14.62
Wilmington 3,750 $13.92 $10.69 – $17.82 11.00
 

CNA Training Class Locations in Delaware (DE)

The following is a list of state approved CNA Training Centers in Delaware:


Cities in Delaware:

Bear | Dagsboro | Dover | Georgetown | Georgetown | Georgetown | Greenwood | Laurel | Middletown | Newark | Newark | Newport | Smyrna | Wilmington | Wilmington | Wilmington | Woodside

  • City
  • CNA Training Center
  • Street Address
  • Phone Number

Bear

Bear Professional Institute

2500 Wranlge Hill Road, Suite 102, Bear, DE 19701

(410) 800-1466

Dagsboro

Indian River High School

29772 Armory Road, Dagsboro, DE 19973

(302) 732-1500

Dover

Del Tech Terry

100 Campus Drive, Dover, DE 19904

(302) 857-1400

Dover

Delaware Technical & Community College – Terry Campus (HLH 130)

100 Campus Drive, Room 112, Dover, DE 19904

(302) 857-1000

Dover

Dover High School

One Dover High Drive, Dover, DE 19904

(302) 241-2400

Georgetown

Del Tech Georgetown

P.O. Box 610, Rt. 18, Georgetown, DE 19947

(302) 855-5988

Georgetown

Del Tech Owens Campus (HLH 130)

21179 College Drive, Georgetown, DE 19947

(302) 259-6661

Georgetown

Sussex Tech-Adult Education Division

17099 County Seat Highway P.O. Box 351, Georgetown, DE 19947

(302) 856-9035

Georgetown

Sussex Technical High School

P.O. Box 351, Georgetown, DE 19947-0351

(302) 856-2543

Greenwood

Woodbridge High School

14712 Woodbridge Road, Greenwood, DE 19950

(302) 232-3345

Laurel

Tri-State Technical School Laurel Campus

210 Laureltown, Laurel, DE 19956

(443) 523-8429

Middletown

St. Georges Technical High School

555 Hyetts Corner Road, Middletown, DE 19709

(302) 449-3600

Newark

Del Tech & Community College – Stanton Campus (HLH 130)

400 Stanton-Christiana Road,Newark, DE 19713

(302) 283-3158

Newark

Hodgson Vo-Tech High School (Day)

2575 Glasgow Avenue, Newark, DE 19702

(302) 834-0990

Newport

Camtech, Inc. (Newport)

240 N. James Street, Suite B2, Newport, DE 19804

(302) 998-8166

Smyrna

Hands Medical Healthcare Services Inc

230 N. Union Street, Suite A, Smyrna, DE 19977

(302) 223-6779

Wilmington

Conrad Schools of Science (High School)

210 Jackson Avenue, Wilmington, DE 19804

(302) 992-5545

Wilmington

Dawn Career Institute, Inc.

3700 Lancaster Pike, Suite 105, Wilmington, DE 19805-1511

(302) 633-9075

Wilmington

Del Tech-Wilmington Campus

333 Shipley Street, Wilmington, DE 19801

(302) 571-5300

Wilmington

Delaware Skill Center

13th and Clifford Brown Walk, Wilmington, DE 19801

(302) 654-5392

Wilmington

Delcastle Technical High School

1417 Newport Road Wilmington, DE 19804

(302) 995-8099

Wilmington

Howard High School of Technology (Day)

401 E. 12th Street, Wilmington, DE 19801

(302) 571-5408

Wilmington

NCC Vo-Tech School District Adult Education Division (evening program for adults)

1703 School Lan,Wilmington, DE 19808

(302) 683-3651

Wilmington

Nurse Maggie Nursing Assistant Institute

102 Robino Court, Suite 106 Wilmington, DE 19804

(302) 750-4335

Wilmington

Tri-State Technical School Wilmington Campus

715 King Street, Wilmington, DE 19801

(888) 601-0116

Wilmington

Wilmington Job Corps Center

9 Vandever Avenue, Wilmington, DE 19802

(302) 230-2539

Woodside

Poly Tech Adult Education

823 Walnut Shade Road, P.O. Box 102, Woodside, DE 19980

(302) 697-4545

Woodside

Poly Tech High School (Day)

P.O. Box 97, Woodside, DE 19980

(302) 697-3255