CNA Training In Georgia

by Maria Pavel on March 28, 2011

Becoming a registered CNA in the state of Georgia requires you to take and pass a federally regulated training program. The state of Georgia relies on the Federal Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act legislation that was passed in in 1990 to help the improvement of patients care and the quality at which the CNA and various other nurses and assistants are trained. Because of this, Georgia has a very high standard of training CNAs with far reaching abilities, and offers one of the best possible formats for advancement in almost any state.

Georgia requires at least 85 hours of clinical and classroom training that is supervised by registered nurses the entire time. Their clinical program is one of the nation’s highest rated training programs available and takes place in hospitals, nursing homes, and anywhere else a CNA might get a job opportunity. Because of the amount and the quality of training that you will get in the state of Georgia, there is no reason why someone couldn’t take the CNA training program and quickly advance to become a RN or LPN in no time at all. If that sounds like something you would be interested in, then you should contact one of the many facilities that offer training programs.

As well as passing a training program in the state of Georgia, a registered CNA must complete a minimum of 12 hours of service a year to stay qualified with the state. These hours can be taken at any one of the licensed care facilities that are in your area. You can also contact the Georgia Department of Health and Human Services to gather more information on your training and qualification exams. Georgia makes it very easy to get trained to become a CNA even though their training program is quite stringent when it comes to the initial training procedure.

By taking a training program through the state of Georgia, you are able to advance in the medical nursing field fairly easily, and most facilities will reimburse their employees for the added training they will receive after they have been hired. There are even places that will pay for your tuition if you are prepared to sign a work enforcement contract with the facility.

For more information you can contact:

American Professional Institute in Macon

Central Georgia Technical College in Macon

Bainbridge High School Nursing Assistant Course in Bainbridge

Cairo High School Vocational Center in Cairo

Southern Training Institute in Colquitt

Moultrie Technical College in Tift

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Tonya Mayo September 21, 2011 at 4:24 pm

My name is Tonya Mayo of Norcross, Ga and I am looking for a affordable good CNA class here . If you have any information it will be greatly appreciated. To add I am new to Ga

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