Promo Code: CNA50
valid until December 2019
CNAs can have 24 hours face-to-face
Author: Olympia Resol: RN, MPH, CRNI, CARN & Terry Rudd: RN, MSN
Total Online Presentation Length: 16hrs
Total Test Taking Time: 8hrs
Total Hours to Spend: 24hrs
Current Accreditation: California Board of Registered Nursing – 24.00 Hours – Reference number: #5273 / California Department of Public Health (CDPH) – 24.00 Hours – Reference number: #7039
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