At the beginning of a nursing student’s education, it’s far too easy to get overwhelmed. It can feel like there’s a never-ending parade of concepts coming at them, and sometimes even useful feedback can fall between the cracks. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Why not try our Essential CNA Skills List?
If you’re a nursing educator, this list is the perfect visual resource for your class. We’ve created his simple and beautifully designed document for students to track what they’re learning and receive great feedback from you. Here’s what we’ve got:
- CNA Skills List—We’ve gathered the top 28 nursing skills in one place for your students to see what’s coming in the curriculum and check off each skill they master. Not every state requires the same skills for certification, but this roundup is a fantastic place to start.
- Top Seven Skills Rubric—From our list of 28, we handpicked the top seven skills that the vast majority of states require for nursing certification. You can print off the rubric, check off each step of the procedure, and assign your students a final score. They’ll see exactly what they missed and know what to do differently next time.
But it gets better. Both of these resources are 100% free. You can download our complete CNA skills list right now without paying a dime:
We hope you enjoy the Essential CNA Skills List! If you’re looking for more about nursing skills and the most efficient ways to teach them, you might enjoy our article 7 Ways to Teach Nursing Skills Faster. Get some great ideas to supercharge your students’ progress based on industry research and the advice of national nursing organizations.
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Sara is the Sr. Writer for Higher Education at GoReact, the premier video feedback software for teaching skills crazy fast. She has been writing and editing for companies in the tech and financial spaces for over seven years and enjoys creating content strategies for professional brands. She has a bachelor’s degree in traditional editing from Brigham Young University. When she’s not working, Sara can be found traveling and writing novels for young adults.