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Certified Home Health Aide Reinstatement

A certified home health aide can make the difference one patient at a time because they are the heart of healthcare.

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Certified Home Health Aide Reinstatement in New Jersey


This will depend on the NJ Board of Nursing reinstatement guidelines.

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Employment opportunities are available after completion of the course with our growing partnership program.


This course will be in-class.

Course Description and Details

Are you in possession of a Certified Home Health Aide license that has expired? There's an opportunity for reinstatement for individuals whose New Jersey Certified Home Health Aide license has lapsed, provided it's within five years of expiration. Reinstatement involves a skill evaluation conducted by an accredited Registered Nurse, with the process varying accordingly.

The steps to reinstatement depend on how long your license has been expired. If it's been inactive for over five years, you'll need to retake the Certified Home Health Aide course. For licenses that expire in less than five years, a skills examination with a registered nurse is required. These evaluations typically take about an hour. Additionally, note that reinstatement dates are subject to change.




To reinstate your certified home health aide license, you must meet the following:

  • Complete a homemaker-home health aide clinical training that is approved by the Board of Nursing in NJ

  • Complete a competency evaluation by an NJ-licensed home healthcare agency

  • Be at least 18 years of age

  • Possess a valid and current NJ Board of Nursing certification as a Homemaker-Home Health Aide

  • Employed by a home health care service

  • Must be supervised by a professional registered nurse 

  • Keep in mind NJ HHA certifications expire every two years and therefore must be renewed. Once certified as an HHA, you will be listed in the online directory of Certified Homemaker-Home Health Aides. This directory is made available to the general public to perform a license check.

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  1. Nationally recognized certifications

  2. Full Cycle Support from Enrollment to Career

  3. Budget-friendly. Payment Plans are available.

  4. Open enrollment. Start any time.

  5. Mobile-Friendly Courses: Access our courses seamlessly on mobile devices.

  6. Flexible 100% online and hybrid programs.

  7. Out-of-state students are welcome. [We assist in searching for clinical site locations for you.]

  8. Expanding Network of Companies and Partnerships.

  9. Reliable. Trusted Results.

  10. Lifetime Access to Career Services.

  11. Expanding Community and Network.


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Step 1: Connect with a reliable support system. Our admissions representative to choose the ideal program for your career goals or register directly online to start


Step 2: Pick a payment plan that works for you and start your program


Step 3: Submit your registration requirements for approval and select a date to start


Step 4: Begin taking your career and life-changing course with professionals in the field


Step 5: Engage with a career counselor to assist with job placement


Step 6: Start working in a growing field with 0 debt to your name.


Course Duration:


K&G Career Academy, New Jersey State is an approved Home Health Aide training facility. A CHHA reinstatement training program includes the 16-hour clinical portion.  The time a reinstatement may take varies.


Employment Statistics: 


According to the State of New Jersey Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average salary for a Certified Home Health Aide ranges from $28,000 - $35,000.

Complete Guide: 

If you are searching for a complete guide on certified home health aides, please check out our course guide section.

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