This guide contains information about obtaining a CNA, QMA, or QMA Insulin certification. You will also find links to websites which offer online support for health care workers, information about continuing education, and career ideas. You must obtain your CNA certification first; then you may add QMA, and then QMA Insulin.
Website for information about CNA, QMA, and QMA Insulin testing:
CNA's may work in a variety of settings. Some examples: hospitals, assisted living facilities, long-term care facilities, home health care agencies, adult day care centers, private practice, traveling CNA agencies, Department of Health and Human Services, Federal Bureau of Prisons, and the Veterans Health Administration.
Ivy Tech Community College offers HLHS107 at several locations.