Signing-up for certified nurse aide training is possible at one of the school located in Osseo, Minnesota shown below. These programs have been accepted by the state registry and meet curriculum requirements. Call to speak with a program director to learn how their course will help you become licensed.
Osseo Senior High School
317 2nd Avenue NW, Osseo, MN 55369
Most people who wish to become a CNA in the state of Minnesota choose to enroll in a training course that will teach them the basic duties of the job. While enrolling in instruction is not required, as applicant can select to take the competency exams without training, it is advised.
Courses do need to be approved by the state and must offer 75 hours or more of class time. During the program you’ll get to practice performing the tasks used during the job and get a working knowledge of health care theoretical procedures and terminology. After finishing you can contact the Pearson Vue company to schedule a test date.
To be certified nursing assistant, your name must be entered in the registry and that you must have a license. It will only be entered if you have taken and pass the two parts of the exams. It is the State Department of Health that is responsible with all the nursing aide registration. They have all the names that have finished the exams and certified training programs.
If you want to start your very own Nursing Assistant Training Program, then you will need to follow a few simple steps:
Step 1: Contact Bonnie Wendt at the NA Registry and ask for an application form. The contact number is (651) 201-4127.
Step 2: Have your qualified instructors ready. These instructors must be registered nurses who have the necessary working experience and have the completed the Train the Trainer training program.
Step 3: You must have a nursing home available for the clinical portion of your training program. The home should be clean on record and have no penalties whatsoever within 2 years.
Step 4: You must have an agreement with a college to provide a testing site for the students who complete your training. You can find a list of approved testing sites at http://www.health.state.mn.us/divs/fpc/directory/natrainingsites.cfm.
Step 5: Once you have all of those, you must send in the application form, with the necessary information and the agreements back to Wendt at the NA Registry.
You may have to wait a few days for your application to be reviewed. You will be notified by the Registry if your application has been approved or not.
Osseo is a city that is located in Hennepin County. According to the 2010 census, the total population of the city had reached an estimated number of 2,430 people. The total area of the city is approximately 0.8 sq miles, where all of it is land. The U.S. Route 169 and County Road 81 are the two major roads that you can access to get to this city.
Health care providers and centers that are available in the city include North Clinic, Berkshire Residence, Family & Friends Healthcare, Maple Grove Foot Clinic, Park Nicollet Clinic, GE Healthcare, Excel Family Chiropractic, Conventus Orthopaedics Inc., Fairview Bass Lake Clinic, Women Source, North Memorial Rehabilitation Services, Hope Specialty Healthcare, Paparella Ear Head and Neck Institute, PA, and Children’s Maple Grove. photo attribution: simajr