How Can I Qualify To Take The State Of Michigan CNA Exam?

One of the final steps between you becoming a registered CNA is taking and passing the State of Michigan CNA exam. In order to pass the CNA exam you must ensure you’re fully prepared for the examination. In order to even take the examination you must go through an adequate training program.

Before you take the exam you must complete all of the pre-qualifiers, which includes taking the necessary classes, training and clinical experience. Below you’ll find answers to your most common questions regarding qualification for the Michigan State CNA exam.

Which Nurse Training Programs Are Most Effective?

In order to effectively prepare for the Michigan CNA exam it’s crucial to obtain the best education possible. This will not only prepare you adequately, but it will give you the confidence to excel in your examination.

DRM ILC gives you top-notch education, as well as the support to find the job of your dreams. A lot of educational institutions simply offer you the coursework with little practical experience to truly understand the information you’re learning.

In order to take the State of Michigan CNA exam you must have a certain amount of coursework, as well as, practical application like internships. DRMILC offers clincials when you enroll and complete the course work of the  CNAplus® program  in Lansing.

Current Lansing Nurses Aid Training Programs

We offer a variety of courses and nurses aid training programs that allow you to get the education you require to pass the exam and get started in your new career. Below you’ll find a few of the courses we’re currently offering.

About Our Nurse Aide Training Program

Our CNA training program gives you the skills you need to become qualified to take the exam to become a CNA in Michigan. By completing this course and passing the State of Michigan CNA exam you’ll be able to work in facilities, such as, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, adult foster care, hospitals and medical facilities, and other long-term care facilities.

The coursework in this program includes class, lab and clinical rounds, leading to a total of 83 hours for the entire program.

The upcoming CNA class start dates for this program are listed below:

  • August 3, 2015 3:00pm – 10:30pm
  • September 7, 2015 8:30am – 5:00pm
  • October 5, 2015 3:00pm – 10:30pm
  • November 2, 2015 8:30am – 5:00pm
  • December 14, 2015 3:00pm – 10:30pm

In addition to our basic CNA training program, we offer a Phlebotomy program in Lansing. This program will enable you to learn the skills necessary to successfully obtain a blood sample from a patient. If you’re a Phlebotomy technician you’ll be responsible for drawing blood from your patients and sending it out to local laboratories for testing.

This skill set enables you to work in a wide variety of healthcare settings.

We currently have three more sessions available this year, which you’ll find below:

  • July 27, 2015 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • August 17, 2015 3:00pm – 10:30pm
  • September 21, 2015 9:00am – 5:00pm
  • For a full list of our courses available for certification and skill advancement take a look at our full program list.

The beauty of our courses is they don’t take months to complete. If you just graduated, and are looking for a career change, or a way to gain a leg up in the field our courses are the perfect fit. You’ll learn a lot in a small amount of time, and be fully ready to launch into your new career path.

Reach out to our team and staff members at the DRM International Learning Center for questions regarding CNA exam qualification. We’d love nothing more than for you to pass your exam, and get started in your new career.  To find recent internships and healthcare jobs remember to check out DRM ILC’s Facebook page, Twitter, and other social media channels.