Check the New Missouri Registry

How to get your Students Tested

As of 09/01/2021 all full CNA tests are done through Headmaster D & S.

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Employers

Set up a profile with Headmaster D & S

This profile is used ONLY for work updates to meet the CNA compliance. You do not submit work updates through this link.

This is just to register employers for future contact from Headmaster regarding work updates.

This is also not to be used to schedule CNA exams.

Instructors

Set up a profile with Headmaster D & S

This profile is to be used, if the instructor is wanting to teach a course.  This will register them to have permissions to schedule a class and upload the A/B’s.

 

The Emergency Amendment has been filed.

These rules will be implemented on June 28, 2021.

What does this mean?

Hospitals & Long Term Care Facilities: Any CNA courses that begin before June 28, 2021, will be allowed 60 days to utilize the previous curriculum and testing process. CNA courses that begin after June 28, 2021, will be required to use the latest approved CNA curriculum and Headmaster D & S for CNA testing.

Area vocational technical schools, comprehensive high schools, community junior colleges, or private agencies: All current CNA course utilizing the previous CNA curriculum and testing process, must be completed by August 31, 2021. Any CNA course that begins after August 31, 2021, will be required to use the latest approved CNA curriculum and Headmaster D & S for CNA testing.

Reciprocity: Individuals who are certified and active on another state’s nurse aide registry shall not be required to challenge the final examination. The individual shall submit, in writing to the department, a request to be added to the Missouri Certified Nurse Assistant Registry. At a minimum, the request shall include: the individual’s legal name; Copy of Social Security Card current address; telephone number; email address, if applicable; and proof of their current certified nursing assistant certificate. The department will respond in writing, either approving or denying the request to be added to the registry.

Important Informational Links

 

COVID-19 Waiver Update

Due to Executive Order 21-09, many waivers have been extended to December 31, 2021. Click on the links below to determine the status of a specific waiver.