Florida Certified Nursing Assistant In-Service Online- $9.96
FMES offers all 24 hours of continuing education for Florida CNA's
In 2 easy packets
# 1 package - 12 hours of ceu's
# 2 package - 12 hours of ceu's
A total of 24 hours for only $34.92 for license renewal!
2nd Bundle of 12 hours non-mandatory subject matter only $9.96
Best price in Florida!
Certified Nursing Assistants are required by the Florida Board of Nursing to complete 12 in-service hours per calendar year.
Within the license cycle - continuing education credits shall include the following subject areas:
Be sure to look for the " #2 package - Mandatory 12 hour inservice training" title once you sign-in (only $24.96), if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call (386-325-5790 or email).
What are the mandatory subject areas? (All these are included in #2 package)
• Blood Borne Pathagens, HIV/AIDS, Infection Control; (3 hours)
• Domestic Violence; (2 hours)
• Medical Record Documentation and Legal Aspects Appropriate to Nursing Assistants;
• Resident Rights; (2 hours)
• Communication with cognitively impaired clients; (1 hour)
• CPR skills; (1 hour)
• Medical Error Prevention and Safety. (2 hours)
For a total of 12 mandatory in-service hours.
Need another 12 hours of ceu's?? only $9.96 for the 2nd set.
Florida CNA license renewalYour Florida CNA license is good for 2 years. The Board of Nursing sends out renewal letters to your last known address. It is your responsibility to keep your address current with the Nursing Assistant Registry. We report credits to CEBroker, the state's auditing system.
Check your license, some CNAs will expire 5/31/2015
If you do not renew your license/certificate by 5/31/2015 it will become delinquent and you will be required to pay a delinquent fee of $50, in addition to the renewal fee. The renewal must be postmarked by 5/31/2015, if you are mailing it.
How many hours do I need to renew my CNA license?
For example: You were licensed in June 2014
In addition, the Agency for Healthcare Administration and the Department of Elderly Affairs have specific in-service requirements for CNAs who work in certain facilities or agencies.
Certifed Nursing Assistant Registry
Exemptions from in-service training
A certified nursing assistant is exempt from the in-service education requirement if the certified nursing assistant was on active duty with the Armed Forces for 6 months or more during the calendar year, and was in good standing with the Board at the time active duty began. However, this exemption will not arise on the basis of the performance of short periods of active duty (such as summer or weekend drills) by a member of the Armed Forces Reserves. Duty in the United States Public Health Service is not considered duty in the Armed Forces.
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