How To Become a HHA in Wisconsin
Wisconsin requires more than the minimum federal training standards to be working as a home health aide (HHA).
HHA training programs require 120 hours of training; which needs to include at least 40 hours of clinical training.
Know the HHA training requirements in Wisconsin before you waste time and money.
In order to receive your home health aide certificate (and certified nurse aide) in Wisconsin you need to follow their specific home health aide education requirements. CNA/HHA training programs must consist of:
- at least one-hundred-twenty (120) hours of training
- which needs to include at least forty (40) hours of clinical training
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How to Be a Wisconsin Home Health Aide: Step by Step provides an easy step by step guide with all the information on how to get started in a matter of weeks.
This covers everything from Wisconsin training, how much can you make, the certification process (if needed at all!), how to find a job, and how to get FREE training!
Get the job security you deserve as a HHA and make money for you and your family.
Wisconsin HHA’s: this includes all the NEW changes to the 2022 test!
Wisconsin HHA Resources
- The Wisconsin Nurse Aide Training and Registry Information website provides the very specifics on the training and certification to be a HHA/CNA in Wisconsin.
Here’s our exclusive search tool to find Wisconsin HHA agencies and FREE training classes near you!
- New: you can get started as a home health aide in just weeks.
- HHA minimum wage from the U.S. Department of Labor. Most direct care workers (such as HHA’s) must receive a federal minimum wage.
- Learn how to pass the Wisconsin HHA exam.
Here’s the Nurse Aide Training and Testing code (Chapter 129) that Wisconsin follows.