LNA-in-Training Program

Learn about the LNA-in-Training program at Central Vemont Medical Center to earn a certificate as a Licensed Nursing Assistant.

Interested in starting a career in healthcare where you can advance in your role and pay as you gain experience?

This program allows participants to earn a full-time salary while studying to complete the course and receive certification and licensure through the state of Vermont.

While in class, you will be employed full time at Woodridge Rehabilitation and Nursing, where you will serve under the supervision of a licensed nurse, and provide indirect nursing care and emotional support for our patients and families.

Upon graduation, you will will serve as a geriatric assistant at Woodridge, where you will gain firsthand experience working alongside our veteran care providers.

After a year of experience, you will be eligible to advance to LNA II, and pursue additional training opportunities.

Successful candidates will possess a high school diploma or equivalent, or be working toward it, exhibit an ability to follow instructions, and be willing to learn.

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“The most important thing for me is that nurses are able to practice at the top of their skill and knowledge, and they have a real voice in the decision making regarding how that practice is done. We have a very robust shared governance program that's been in place for several years now, and just continues to get stronger as it evolves.”

Matthew Choate, Chief Nursing Officer


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