Yes, I agree with the other response you got. I have done LTC a LOT and the four week training period is the one I'd take, if I were you. Just my advice. Due to the extended training/orientation you will get. And be sure that they stick to it. Some facilities promise one thing, then if you're there for about three or four shifts, they all of a sudden decide you're ready to fly on your own. No. Stick to your inital offering of the four weeks since you're a new grad and it's a new facility for you.
Oh, by the way....CONGRATULATIONS! Have a good time, try to relax. You will pick up the med pass and get to know the residents in a matter of time.
Don't let the MAR length of multiple meds/cranky residents/uncooperative and perhaps lazy CNAs, unfriendly (at first, possibly) staff...until everyone breaks the ice, it will seem like a new frontier!
Just go with the flow. Don't get discouraged....YOU CAN DO IT!
You got thru nursing school....compared to that, it's a piece of cake.