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How to Write a CNA Resume
Your employment history, education and abilities should all be incorporated in your CNA resume. Your career objectives are an excellent point to begin with. Ensure that you state (in one or two sentences) what your career objectives are. What sort of employment are you trying to obtain? Would you accept anything besides CNA employment? How will hiring you benefit your prospective employer?
Tell prospective employers about any skills you have that are associated with your work as a CNA. Your CNA resume should also talk about your temperament. Give details about whether you can get along well with other staff; talk about your organization skills and if you are a pleasant person. State your computer abilities or if you have expertise in any particular programs that might be helpful and related to the work you will probably be doing. Think about any skill that can be useful in the job that you are seeking and talk about it in your resume.
Information about the schools that you attended should be put in the education section of your CNA resume. Don’t forget to include year of graduation and name of the school. Also add details of your qualifications for every course of study that you have taken. A CNA with a good education background has a much greater chance of getting a nicer job with higher pay and more benefits.
Lastly, let’s talk about your employment history. This section of your CAN resume should show your last few places of work. If your job history is too long don’t mention work that is not entirely relevant to the employment you are currently looking for.
Bear in mind, however, that such gaps in your employment history may prompt your prospective employer to inquire what you were doing during those time periods. Include periods of employment, your responsibilities, and company contacts in the employment section of your CNA resume. And be prepared to give a logical answer as to why you quit working at those places of employment.