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Specializing In 'Care Of Life'
Start a New Career in the Medical Field with the C&C Healthcare Services Nurse Aide Training Program
Imagine a job that rewards you for caring about others…that is exciting and challenging…a job where you make a difference. Whether you’re just starting your career or ready for a change, now is the time to consider becoming a Nurse Assistant. In most states a Nurse Assistant is referred to as a (CNA).
As a CNA, you will be an important part of today’s world of health care, with knowledge and skills that are always in demand. The C&C Healthcare Services Nurse AideTraining Program prepares individuals with the information and the experience needed to become a Nurse Assistant who will provide quality care for residents in long-term care facilities, hospitals, home health care and hospice settings.
Day CNA classes are available in which students learn in a hands-on environment under the eyes of caring and professional nurses, bolstered by our Georgia State Approved Curriculum that meets or exceeds state standards.
Evening CNA classes are also available for those who might be working and can not afford to stop working while taking the class.
The program places a high emphasis on learning excellent communications skills and the Art of Caregiving to provide compassionate care for people in the health care system. Through lecture, DVDs, role-playing, and laboratory practice, students learn procedural skills such as vital signs, bathing, dressing and positioning. The classroom is equipped with hospital beds and medical equipment to practice skills prior to the clinical rotation.
An emphasis on academics and hands-on skills training, graduates of the NAT program are well prepared for the requirements to pass the state test as well as to be successfully employed in hospitals, long-term care facilities and home healthcare settings.
We offer one of the best NAT Programs* in the industry by using a combination of lecture, hands-on/on-site, and audio-video training.
Small Class Sizes
Accessible Locations (near public transportation)
Licensed Instructors with Professional Experience
Course Length 5 weeks
Must pass a criminal background check prior to registration
Completion of physical assessment form
Negative TB Skin test or chest x-ray
The Nursing Home Reform Act, adopted by Congress as part of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1987 (OBRA '87), was designed to improve the quality of care in long-term health care facilities and to define training and evaluation standards for nurse aides who work in such facilities.
The State Competency Test is an evaluation of nurse aide-related knowledge, skills and abilities. The Pearson View test is made up of both a written and oral examination in addition to a skills evaluation. The purpose of the examination is to make sure that the student understands and can safely perform the job of an entry-level nurse aide.
Upon successful completion of the course students will qualify to take the State Competency Test to be a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA). The course prepares students to seek employment in various health care settings, including skilled nursing facilities, hospice care, board and care/retirement facilities, rehabilitation hospitals, psychiatric hospitals, and day care facilities for the elderly.
Study Guides & all Skill Supplies
2 year certification in CPR and First Aid
State-of-the-art classrooms & medical equipment
Classroom instruction provided by licensed nurses (RNs/LPNs)
Hands-on clinical experience at a local long-term care facility
Job Fair with local employers and C&C Healthcare Services Inc.
Tutoring available before/after classes