Would you like to be part of a healthcare team that is devoted to helping the sick, disabled and/or injured with everyday tasks in Michigan? Do you need a job that is flexible and offers a comfortable salary? If you answered yes to both the questions, a career as a CNA may be a perfect fit for you! You can even complete your training in just a few short weeks!
- CNA Certification Requirements in Michigan
- How to Get Your CNA Certification in Michigan
- How to Verify Your CNA Certification in Michigan
- How to Renew Your CNA Certification in Michigan
- How to Reinstate Your CNA Certification in Michigan
- How to Transfer Your CNA Certification from Michigan to Another State
- Michigan Nurse Aide Registry
- State-Approved CNA Programs in Michigan
CNA Certification Requirements in Michigan
In Michigan, the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs oversees the training and certification of CNAs. In accordance with the rules set by the Department, all prospective nurse aides must complete a state-approved CNA program. After completing the program, graduates are required to apply to take the two-part competency evaluation examination for CNAs. Achieving an acceptable score on both parts of this test is necessary for certification in Michigan.
How to Get Your CNA Certification in Michigan
Prometric handles the testing of aspiring nurse aides in Michigan. When you obtain acceptable scores on both sections of the CNA competency exam, Prometric mails you a certificate. While there is a small fee for the competency exam, there are no applications or fees necessary for obtaining your certification.
How to Verify Your CNA Certification in Michigan
The Michigan CNA Registry is maintained by Prometric. To verify your status as a CNA in Michigan, go to https://registry.prometric.com/publicMI. The link will take you to the Michigan specific registry. To conduct a search, you must either have an “employer code” or the “certificate #” or specific “first name” and “last name” of the nurse aide to conduct a search.
How to Renew Your CNA Certification in Michigan
Nurse aide certifications in Michigan are valid for two years. You must then renew yours. Prior to your renewal date, Prometric will mail you a renewal packet. To renew your certification, you must provide all of the required documents in your packet and mail them back to Prometric.
How to Reinstate Your CNA Certification in Michigan
In Michigan, if you do not work as a CNA for eight hours or more during any two-year period, your CNA status will become inactive. At this point, you will need to reinstate your certification. To do this, you must retake both parts of the Prometric CNA competency examination.
How to Transfer Your CNA Certification from Michigan to Another State
The first step involved in transferring your CNA certification from Michigan to another state is to contact the other state's CNA regulatory agency. You can easily locate the appropriate agency by using the handy search tool offered by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing. While most states simply require CNA certification verification to transfer, some also require state testing, continuing education courses and/or additional training.
Michigan Nurse Aide Registry
If you have additional questions, contact the Michigan Nurse Aide Registry at:
Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
Bureau of Community & Health Systems
Health Facility Professional and Nurse Aide Section
PO Box 30664, Lansing, MI 48909
Phone: (517) 284-8961
7941 Corporate Dr, Nottingham, MD 21236
Phone: (800) 752-4724
Registry Search Link
State-Approved CNA Programs in Michigan
Do you need help finding a state-approved CNA school in Michigan? The following facilities offer excellent programs for aspiring CNAs.
Grand Rapids Community College143 Bostwick Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (616) 234-4000
Lake Michigan College125 Veterans Blvd, South Haven, MI 49090 (269) 637-7500
Mid Michigan College1375 S Clare Ave, Harrison, MI 48625 (989) 386-6622
Monroe County Community College1555 S Raisinville Rd, Monroe, MI 48161 (734) 242-7300
Ross Medical Education Center1624 Woodworth St NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525 (616) 588-2203
Washtenaw Community College4800 E Huron River Dr, Ann Arbor, MI 48105 (734) 973-3300
Wayne County Community College801 W Fort St, Detroit, MI 48226 (313) 496-2600