CNA Traditional Learning

Course Details

Our 16 day in-person CNA program provides classroom and clinical instruction for basic care of clients in long-term and acute-care facilities. Upon successful completion, students will be scheduled to take the Georgia Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) examination.

Tuition Includes

  • Student ID
  • Scrubs uniform
  • Stethoscope
  • Blood pressure cuff
  • Student workbook
  • Student textbook
  • Background check
  • CPR handbook

Course Requirements

  • Must be 16 years or older
  • Valid Social Security Number
  • Valid State ID

Week 1: Campus Learning & Lab

  • Module 1 Intro to Nursing
  • Module 2 Patient & Resident
  • Module 3 Patient & Resident Abuse
  • Module 4 Infection Control
  • Module 5 Interpersonal Skills
  • Lab Training on campus
  • Module 6 Emergency Procedure
  • Module 7 Body Mechanics
  • Module 8 Weights and Measures
  • Module 9 Patient Care Skills
  • Module 10 Patient Care Procedures
  • Module 11 Vital Signs
  • Lab Training on campus
  • Module 12 Nutrition
  • Module 13 Emergency Procedures
  • Module 14 Long Term Care Patient/Resident
  • Module 15 Rehabilitative Nursing
  • Module 16 Observation and Charting
  • Module 17 Death and Dying
  • Lab Training on campus
  • Clinical Training on campus

Bio: Glenda has more than 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry. Throughout her profession and personal journey, she has always desired to do more. Being a bedside nurse and also serving in a leadership role has taught her that patient satisfaction and outcomes can be directly tied to the happiness of the team members in their job and the availability of resources. If the interdisciplinary team members are made to feel valued, then they will want to perform better. Glenda's professional and personal goal for her students is to make sure they have impact on the care of patients through the work as an CNA.


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