Hawaii HHA Requirements
How To Become a HHA in Hawaii
Hawaii requires more than the minimum federal training standards to be working as a home health aide (HHA); need to be a CNA as well!
HHA training programs require 100 hours of training; which needs to include at least 70 hours of clinical training.
Know the HHA training requirements in Hawaii before you waste time and money.
In order to receive your home health aide certificate in Hawaii you need to follow their specific home health aide education requirements.
HHA training programs in Hawaii must consist of:
- at least one-hundred (100) hours of training
- which needs to include at least seventy (70) hours of clinical training
NOTE: A home health aide in Hawaii needs to be a certified nursing aide (CNA); you must complete the CNA training and pass the Hawaii competency exam.
Hawaii’s home healthcare requirements for CNAs are high, but becoming a certified nurse aide in Hawaii can help you become an integral part of the patient care team.
PLUS you will make more money as a CNA!
Search for FREE HHA Training in Hawaii
Best kept secret? Free HHA training is available in Hawaii! The demand is great for home health aides and agencies are offering free training classes; below is an example – be working and making money as a HHA in just weeks!
Hawaii HHA Resources
Here’s our search tool to find Hawaii HHA agencies and FREE training classes near you!
- Get started as a Hawaii home health aide in 4 weeks.
- Learn how to pass the Hawaii HHA exam.
- NEW: Hawaii food stamp recipients (also called SNAP) can get free HHA training!
Here’s the Department of Health law (Chapter 97) that Hawaii follows.