As the state of Delaware continues to need skilled healthcare professionals, the demand for Certified Nursing Assistants, or CNAs, continues to be a great career path option. Those looking to become a CNA in the state of Delaware to need to undergo the proper course and training. Upon completion of the course, the Nurse Aid Competency Examination for certification needs to be taken and successfully passed.
Locations Offering Free CNA Training in Delaware
Seeking CNA training near you in Delaware? The following accredited training facilities offer CNA certification for the state of Delaware. Please note that some nursing homes and medical care facilities that provide free training do so by offering a work agreement. In these cases you agree to become an employee for a time to help staff their facility in exchange for the training they provide. Please contact the facilities directly to inquire about the specifics of their free CNA training programs.
|CNA Free Training Location||City||Phone|
|Governor Bacon Health Center||Delaware City, DE 19706||302-836-2550|
|Delaware Technical Community College||Dover, DE 19904||302-857-1000|
|Capitol Healthcare Services||Dover, DE 19904||302-734-1199|
|Silver Lake Center||Dover, DE 19904||302-734-5990|
|Churchman Village||Newark, DE 19713||302-998-6900|
|Churchman Village ||Newark, DE 19713||302-998-6900|
|Job Corps office||Wilmington, DE 19802||302-575-1710|
|Lee Training Institute||Wilmington, DE 19804||302-999-7804|
Who is the Regulatory Body for CNAs in Delaware?
In the state of Delaware, CNA certification is overseen by the Division of Long Term Care Residents Protection.
Who Administers the CNA Exam in Delaware?
The CNA certification exam in Delaware is administered by Prometric. Application and candidate information can be found here. You can take a free CNA practice test on this site to help prepare yourself for the exam. Use the following links to find additional free CNA practice tests.
Delaware State Requirements for CNAs
In Delaware, CNAs must complete their training at a DLTCRP approved nurse aid training program. This consists of 75 hours of training, including 37.5 clinical hours.
Those that are not New Nurse Aide Candidates may also follow alternate paths for eligibility for taking the CNA exam. They include:
Current nurse or student nurse
Out of state nurse aide
Lapsed certification of nurse aide
Those that fall into the following categories may bypass the CNA exam and complete a Nurse Aide Registry Application:
Completed Nurse Aide Training and the Exam within the last 2 years
Currently have a place on another official state registry
Delaware CNA Exam Details
In the state of Delaware, the CNA exam consists of two sections, a knowledge exam and a clinical skills exam. The written exam is 60 questions that must be completed in 90 minutes. As a part of the clinical exam, candidates will be tested on hand washing protocol, and then a variety of other clinical skills, such as dressing, providing perineal care, providing catheter care, measuring and recording a radial pulse, and other skills.
How Much Does the Delaware CNA Exam Cost?
The cost of the exam is $115 for both the written and oral test in combination with the and skills section.
Where Can I Take the CNA Exam in Delaware?
There are regional test sites throughout the state of Delaware as managed by Prometric. They are:
- New Castle County
- Kent County
- Sussex County
Candidates may also take the test at a nursing home or training program location.
How Much Does a CNA Get Paid in Delaware?
According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, CNAs in Delaware make an average of $30,780 per year, with an average hourly wage of $14.80.
Delaware Nurse Aide Registry
Approved CNA Training Locations In Delaware
If you list of locations offering free CNA programs will not work for you, there are still plenty of options in Delaware that can help you gain your CNA certification for a reasonable fee. Browse our list below to find a paid training provider that works best for you. We also have another list of CNA courses on our sister site.
|Bear Professional Institute, Inc.||Bear, DE 19701||(302) 832-2744|
|Woodbridge High School||Bridgeville, DE 19933||(302) 337-8289|
|Dover High School||Dover, DE 19904||(302) 672-1525|
|Sussex Technical High School||Georgetown, DE 19947||(302) 856-0961|
|Beebe Medical Center||Lewes, DE 19958||(302) 645-3300|
|St. Georges Technical High School||Middletown, DE 19709||(302) 449-3360|
|Paul M. Hodgson Vocational Technical High School||Newark, DE 19702||(302) 834-0990|
|K.F.W. Medical Institute of Delaware||Newark, DE 19711||(302) 533-6406|
|Delaware Technical Community College||Newark, DE 19713||(302) 454-3900|
|Howard High School of Technology||Wilmington, DE 19801||(302) 571-5400|
|Delaware Skills Center||Wilmington, DE 19801||(302) 654-5392|
|Tri-State Technical School||Wilmington, DE 19801||(888) 601-0116|
|Wilmington Job Corps Center||Wilmington, DE 19802||(302) 575-1710|
|New Castle County Vocational Technical School District||Wilmington, DE 19804||(302) 995-8000|
|Lee Training Institute||Wilmington, DE 19804||(302) 999-7804|
|Dawn Career Institute, Inc.||Wilmington, DE 19805||(800) 713-1546|
|Polytech Adult Education||Woodside, DE 19980||(302) 697-4545|