Once the program for a Utah CNA license is complete, students will need to prepare for the licensure examination for certified nursing assistants. The examination has two parts just like the CNA training program. The licensure examination will test the skills and knowledge of students about the duties and responsibilities of the CNA. In order for students to acquire a Utah CNA license, students are required to pass all parts of the test to successfully complete the examination.
Once students pass the licensure exam, they become certified nursing assistants and
are given licenses to practice in the state of Utah. The state certification must
be renewed every two years. When the license is about to expire, the state will notify
the CNAs affected.
The state CNA testing is available on the Snow College Richfield campus. The testing site is located at 800 W. 200 S. Richfield, Utah in the Washburn Building. Check in at room 108W, this is located on the north end of the Washburn Building.
The CNA Written and Skills Test are given by appointment only. You can register online at www.utahcna.com/. Click on the menu button and go down to TMU. Click on the TMU button. This will take you to the page to schedule your exam. You will need a username and password to schedule your test. If you do not have a username or password contact the Utah Nursing Assistant Registry (UNAR) at (801) 547-9947 and they will be able to provide this information to you. You can then schedule your exam.
When you come to take the skills test, you must:
If you have further questions you can contact UNAR at 801-547-9947 or Melissa Blackner at 435-893-2232.
Utah Nursing Assistant Registry: www.utahcna.com