Hundreds of National Guard members from around the state and country participated in a recent training session at Century College and other state colleges that was coordinated to help address staffing shortages at healthcare facilities during a period of heightened need due to the continuing pandemic. The Minnesota State Healthcare Training Network was mobilized to respond to a request from the Minnesota National Guard to provide Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) training. 

After successfully completing 75 hours of in-person and hybrid training, students that pass a written and skills exam are placed on the Minnesota Nursing Assistant Registry and can continue working as a nursing assistant in a high demand field.

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