Or. Admin. R. 851-062-0072 - CNA 1 and 2 Re-entry

An individual whose CNA 1 certification is expired and the individual cannot meet all the requirements for reactivation is required to submit a completed application and if submitting an application after July 1, 2021, attest to having at least two hours of cultural competency education in the two years preceding the receipt of a completed application. The applicant must qualify for re-entry in the following way:

(1) Board-Approved Nursing Assistant Training Program:
(a) Complete a Board-approved nursing assistant training program within one year of application; and
(b) Pass the Board-approved competency examination within one year of application. There is no limit on the number of times an individual can take the exam within the one year period.
(2) An individual that held CNA 2 designation and whose CNA 1 has been expired for more than two years must:
(a) Obtain a current CNA 1; and
(b) Take a Board-approved CNA 2 training program; and
(c) Pass the program-administered competency examination.

Notes

Or. Admin. R. 851-062-0072
BN 5-2019, adopt filed 07/03/2019, effective 8/1/2019; BN 5-2021, amend filed 06/21/2021, effective 7/1/2021

Statutory/Other Authority: ORS 678.440, ORS 678.442 & ORS 676.850

Statutes/Other Implemented: ORS 678.442 & ORS 676.850

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