New Hampshire CNA Training
CNAs are called LNA or Licensed Nurse Assistance in New Hampshire. It is regulated by the New Hampshire Board of Nursing.
- A minimum of 200 hours of nursing assistant related activities under the supervision of a licensed nurse within the 2 years immediately prior to the date of application
- or successful completion of nursing assistant competency testing within 2 years prior to date of application.
- 24 contact hours in the two years immediately preceding licensure, conferences, lectures or other education offerings designed to enhance nursing assistant knowledge, judgment, and skills
- or successful completion of nursing assistant competency test within 2 years of date of application.