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CNA State Registry Test
with Deanna Blake, Houlton/Hodgdon Adult & Community Education
To be placed on the Maine CNA Registry, you must be able to provide official documentation of formal CNA training that meets Maine's Rules and Regulations, whether for immediate placement on the Registry or for completing the Bridge Testing Process. If you cannt meet either of these, you will need to successfuly complete an approved 180-hour CNA training course before you can be placed on the CNA Registry. Maine and Federal laws allow you to work as a CNA for up to 4 months in a long-term care facility while you are fulfilling the requirements for getting placed on the CNA Registry. Employers can only hire CNAs who are listed on the Maine CNA Regisgtry and who are in good standing.