How to Write A Certified Nursing Assistant Resume
Writing a CNA Resume does not have to be difficult. We have listed below 5 steps to writing a good CNA resume. If you are still having trouble we highly recommend
Sample Certified Nursing Assistant resume
You want to provide your name, address, home telephone number, cell phone number if you have one and your email address at the top of the resume so that your prospective employer can contact you.
The next section of the resume will be the objective.
CNA OBJECTIVE for resume:
A Full-time 6 a.m.- 2 p.m. position as a Certified Nursing Assistant
The next section you will need to add is your Education. You want to provide the name, address, telephone number and the dates that you attended. You will also need to list your clinical experience.
CNA Clinical Experience:
Assisted with activities of daily living
Utilized Standard Precautions
Practiced State safety standards
CNA work experience. You will need to start with your current employer. You will need to start by listing your current employers company name, address, and telephone number. The you will need to add your position at the company, followed by your work duties.
CNA Work Experience:
The last section you will list your volunteer experience, awards received, your CNA. certification, and your CPR certification.
CERTIFICATIONS: list the schools name. address, telephone and your certification number or id
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