Montana HHA Requirements
How To Become a HHA in Montana
Montana requires more than the minimum federal training standards to be working as a home health aide/certified nursing assistant.
HHA training programs require 85 hours of training; which needs to include at least 50 hours of clinical training.
Know the HHA training requirements in Montana before you waste time and money.
In order to receive your home health aide certificate in Montana you need to follow their specific home health aide education requirements.
HHA/CNA training programs in Montana must consist of:
- at least a total of ninety-one (91) hours of training
- which needs to include at least sixteen (16) hours of home health training
- and twenty-five (25) hours of clinical training
NOTE: According to the Montana’s Administrative code: “Home health aide” means an individual registered or certified as a nursing assistant.
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Note: You need to be a certified nursing aide (CNA) in Montana first then, with an additional sixteen (16) hours of training, you would be a certified home health aide in Montana.
In summary, HHA’s in Montana require 75 hours of CNA training plus 16 hours of HHA requirements would equal the 91 hours total minimal required.
Montana HHA Resources
- Central Montana Medical Center is a great place to start as a home health aide in Montana.
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Here’s the CNA / HHA requirements from the Quality Assurance Division of Montana.