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There's no formal training program or minimal education requirement for home health aides. As the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics notes, many have a high school diploma or GED, even though it's not required. They usually receive on-the-job training from other health care professionals, including nurses and fellow home health aides.
Some states, however, require formal education and background checks for home health aides. CNAs must complete a formal training program, offered by community colleges and vocational and technical schools, as well as by hospitals and other health care facilities. Prospective CNAs must learn basic principles of nursing care, complete several hours of supervised clinical experience and pass a state licensing exam.
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