Wisconsin HHA Requirements

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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.

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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

NOTE: A home health aide in Wisconsin needs to be a certified nursing aide (CNA); you must complete the CNA training and pass the competency exam.


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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

Here’s the Nurse Aide Training and Testing code (Chapter 129) that Wisconsin follows.