Is Anderson Continuing Education a Good Choice?
I am a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). In my career, all CNAs are required by the federal law to get at least 12 hours of CNA continuing education every year so that they can get re-certification. This is my first year practicing. I have no clue where to get my continuing education courses for nurses. I have heard some of my colleagues talking about Anderson Continuing Education. From what I heard, it is a good program. However, I was considering getting my training classes from the hospital I work in. Is this a good idea?
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