The nursing assistant classes in Newark, Delaware that are shown on this page are all approved by the state of Delaware and open for enrollment at this time.
Hodgson Vo-Tech High School
2575 Glasgow Avenue
Newark, DE 19702
Contact: April Todd, and Sue Moyer
KFW Medical Institute of Delaware
1423 Capitol Trail Road Building 3, Suite 3105 Drummond Plaza Office Park
Newark, DE 19711
Program director: Kelly Wells
One way of becoming a CNA in Delaware is through endorsement. Nurse aides from other states are very welcome to come and work here. One of the requirements for this type of application is that the applicant must currently be working as a nursing assistant in the state he/she comes from. Aside from that, he must also have been working for at least 3 months or approximately 150 hours. Having a good record from the state they came from will greatly help their application. The applicant must not have records that may prevent them from working in the state. Examples of such records are theft, patient abuse, negligence, malpractice, and other blamable acts while working as a nursing assistant.
Those who have taken nursing programs like RNs, LPN, LPTs and Nursing students are also welcome to work in this state and become a nursing assistant. They will have to provide a copy of either their license/certification or transcript of records to prove that they have taken the necessary training and have a certain amount of clinical experience. For nursing students, they must have no less than 75 hours of clinical exposure. You can find a copy of the reciprocity application form at www.prometric.com. If you have any questions, you can also call the state’s Nurse Aide Registry at (302) 577-6666.
Newark is a city that is a part of New Castle County. It is situated just a few miles southwest of Wilmington. As of the 2010 census, their total population is at 31,454. This city has a total area of approximately 8.9 sq miles. It has a population density that is estimated to be 3,198.6 / sq mile. The earliest settlers in the area can be dated back to 1694. They were the Scots-Irish and the Welsh.
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