In Delaware, any individual can earn CNA certification Delaware by completing state and federal/OBRA’87 approved CNA Certification programs and state CNA Test.
CNA Training Delaware
The Division of Long Term Care Residents Protection has the responsibility to develop and regulate CNA Training Delaware provided by high schools, nursing schools, trade schools, technical institutes, long term care facility and community colleges all over the state.
The basic components of the DE Certification program include:
- 150 hours of total training, comprising of classroom instruction and practical clinical training.
- 75 hours of classroom/lab instruction
- 75 hours of clinical practice training
- A Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse supervises the clinical training.
- The instructor and student ration is 24:1
- The courses that are instructed during training program are based on nursing and other skills needed to offer competent and safe care to ailing patients, society and public.
Once training program is completed, a student is eligible to appear for the Certification test offered by D&S Diversified Technologies LLP, Headmaster LLP.
The Delaware Division of Long Term Care Residents Protection has contracted D&S Diversified Technology to prepare, administer and provide scoring on behalf of the DE Nurse Aide Registry.
The Certification Exam comprises of two separate components of Written Test Outline and Skill demonstration test.
For Written test component, a candidate needs to answer 77 multi-choice Questions within 90 minutes.
For Skill test, 5 skills are to be performed on a live model, within 35 minutes.
The passing score for both tests are 75% and the passing of tests, award a student CNA Certification Delaware and registration with DE Nurse Aide Registry.