Charlotte is the largest city in the U.S. state of North Carolina and it is also the seat of Mecklenburg County. The population of Charlotte as per the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce is around 756,912 in mid-2010. Such higher population also make it 18th largest populated city in the United States.
The greater concentration of population also requires everyday service of certified nurse aides that can offer competent nursing cares to ailing patients. But, in order to become a Certified Nurse Assistant in Charlotte, an individual need to complete different state and federal requirements, such as attend state and OBRA-87 approved Nurse Aide I training programs, sit for cna 1 testing in charlotte nc for earning the certification.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has contracted with Pearson VUE, to manage and process cna 1 testing in charlotte nc and the successful candidates are listed with Nurse Aide I registry.
It is also responsibility of Pearson Vue to inform about the results of the NNAAP Examination (cna 1 testing) on behalf of the North Carolina Nursing Aide I Registry.
The NNAAP exam consists of written test and skill demonstration test on a client. The questions that are asked and skill performance during the test are based on training program classroom instructions and hands-on training.
It is also essential that a student must pass cna 1 testing within two years of completion of training program and failure to do so requires a student to get re- training for the exam again.