How To Become a HHA in New Hampshire
New Hampshire requires more than the minimum federal training standards to be working as a home health aide/certified nursing assistant.
HHA training programs in NH require 100 hours of training; which needs to include at least 60 hours of clinical training.
Know the HHA (and CNA) training requirements in New Hampshire before you waste time and money.
In order to receive your home health aide certificate in New Hampshire you need to follow their specific home health aide education requirements.
HHA training programs in NH must consist of:
- at least one-hundred (100) hours of training
- which needs to include at least sixty (60) hours of clinical training
Search for FREE HHA Training in New Hampshire
Best kept secret? Free HHA training is available in New Hampshire! 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!
NOTE: A home health aide in New Hampshire needs to be a certified nursing aide (CNA); you must complete the CNA training and pass the competency exam.
New Hampshire HHA Resources
Here’s our search tool to find New Hampshire HHA agencies and FREE training classes near you!
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Here’s the Nurse Practice Act (RSA 326) that New Hampshire follows.