Michigan CNA Facts
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Michigan requires 75 hours of CNA training in a state approved program, including 59 hours of formal classroom training, and 16 hours of clinical experiences.
Summary: 75 hours training
PROMETRIC performs CNA testing in Michigan. Qualifications for testing include:
- For Newly Trained, you must have completed a Michigan-approved training course within the last 24 months.
- For Lapsed, if you are lapsed for more than 24 months.
- For trained out-state, you must have completed an approved-state training program in your state for the last 24 months. See list of eligible state in the Candidate Information Bulletin.
- You must pay the following fees:
Written and Clinical Skills – $115
One-time Registration Fee
(Required each 24-month eligibility period) – $10
Written or Oral Test ONLY
(ADA packet required for Oral exam) for re-testers – $30
Clinical Skills Test ONLY (Re-Tester) – $85
Reciprocity Application Processing Fee – $20
You can review the Candidate Information Bulletin for more testing information.
Summary: $115 testing fee
CNAs in Michigan are required to renew their CNA certification every 2 years.
The cost to renew is $20.
The requirements for renewal are:
- Acknowledge proof of employment providing nursing or nursing related services for monetary compensation (for a minimum of 8 hours in the last 24 months).
Summary: $20 renewal fee; 8 paid working hours required
The employment outlook for CNAs in Michigan is good. As of 2018, there are 51,660 people employed as CNAs and it is projected to grow by 2% at 2028 making it to 52,540 employees. It’s projected annual job openings between 2018 – 2028 is 5, 930.
Summary: 2% projected growth
The average pay rate for CNAs in Michigan $34,284 as of September 26, 2022, but the range typically falls between $31,246 and $37,858.