Certified Nursing’s Assistant Program is a 2.5-week course designed to provide entry-level nursing skills.
Once a student has completed the program, a certificate of completion is issued (pre-requisite) for the state CNA examination. After, successful completion of the CNA exam, the name and certification number is listed on the Georgia State Registry.
- Prepare students for entry-level success in health care as a pathway leading to post-secondary programs that license healthcare professionals.
- Clear Criminal Background Check (no felonies)
- TB skin test within 12 months or current chest x-ray
- Valid First Aid/CPR card (not included)
Must be able to read, write, and verbally communicate in English