Hello everyone! I have discovered that if I want to start the University of West Georgia's nursing program in June, I have to be a certified CNA. I have a really heavy course load next semester at Kennesaw State University and was wondering if anyone knew of an easier program to go through. It would be wonderful if I could become certified over the winter break, does anyone know of anywhere near Powder Springs that has a 4/5 week program or a place near kennesaw that has an 8 week or whatever? One more thing! Are there any online programs to become certified? That would be ideal!
Thank you SO much for your help and time!
Sep 6, '13
Hello fellow CNAs and CNA-seekers,
I live in Cobb County and am looking to work towards my CNA certification very soon. I am deciding between COBB CNA & COBB MEDICAL INSTITUTE - Home - Mableton, GA
, Cumberland Health Services and Training Center
, or CPR With Mickey - Community and Healthcare Classes in the Atlanta Area - CNA
CPR with Mickey would run me about 20 miles out of the way, as opposed to a shorter distance for the first two. Can anyone vouch for it being so stellar that it'd be worth the distance? It sounds to be a really inclusive price, but then again so does Cumberland. I haven't heard back yet from Cobb CNA school. Has anyone gone to or heard anything else about any of these schools? I am really looking to make this decision by the middle of next week. Thanks in advance!
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Oct 13, '13
Awesome, I have a friend currently doing the Chattahoochee Tech PCT program.
Hope that goes for you (and good luck to getting into the LPN program)!
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Dec 27, '16
Hello Im doing some research and I came across your panel. Did you ever find out school was best for you?I looked at Cobb medical tech. But dont kniw anyone who went there. I went to cumberland medical for cna its a good school. But now its too expensive for me right so thats wht i was looking at cobb med.
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