Anyone starting the CNA classes on February 9th, 2012 at the Red Cross in Louisville? - page 2

I have just registered for the 02/09/2012 to 03/07/2012 CNA courses provided by the Red Cross in Louisville, KY. I was just wondering if maybe anyone else on here will be attending those classes as well. Maybe I could make some... Read More

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    Hes in the same boat as I am, most guys in the Army like to get wasted and hang out in bars, which he only does on occasion since its expensive and boring after a while. Most of the Army wives spread rumors like there is no tomorrow. Drama, drama, drama. I hate drama so I avoid it, but doing so alienates me from having friends.

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    Well, I'm glad you mentioned the CPR certification. Just called my school and they do not cover it! Thanks for the heads up! If it wasn't for your post I would have thought that they would cover it! I tell ya, $950.00 for this course and I still have to pay for scrubs and textbook! What about you? What are they charging you?
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    [color=#444444]it costs $650 dollars which includes my work books, blood pressure kit, and criminal background check. what it does not cover is the tb test, uniforms (red scrub pants and a white red cross shirt), white shoes, and then the state testing fee. for kentucky my state testing fee is $75 dollars which really isn’t too bad. i'm so glad i could help you out with the cpr thing. [color=#444444]in the 75 hours of training you get 59 of them are spent in a classroom and 16 are in a clinical setting. i am doing the monday, wednesday, and thursday classes from 8:00am to 4:30pm, the entire course is 11 days. is that the same for your courses?
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    Sorry, I'm just now seeing this. I have been really busy lately. I got all my shots for the class, yesterday. I have a feeling they may cancel my class though for lack of students. They keep sending me an email asking if I know anyone who would like to take the course and they said, if there weren't enough students they will cancel. Which may be good for me cause I've been doing so research and I kinda want to go for PCT instead, at another school. 11 days, WOW! My course is Mon,Tues,Wed, 5-9:30 pm for 11 weeks. Since I'm home during the day with the little one, I can only go p/t in the evenings.

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