The healthcare field continues to offer an abundance of career opportunities for qualified professionals. High School Junior's and Senior's,Pre-Nursing, Pre-PA Pre-Med and other Allied Health Majors meet your requirements to your programs. Classes are offered monthly throughout the year.
Preparing the next generation of Certified Nursing Assistants. Our students gain clinical experience at a multitude of clinical sites in Atlanta and metro area, and the wide range of clinical experiences available means you’ll finish our program with practical clinical training, preparing you to succeed in the emerging healthcare industry.
Georgia State University, Georgia Tech, Morehouse College, Spelman College, Emory University,Clark University, Atlanta Technical College,
Kennesaw State University,Macon State College, Gordon College, Clayton College & State University, University of West Georgia, Georgia Military College,Lanier Technical Institute,Oxford College of Emory University, Dalton State College, Georgia Perimeter College, Atlanta Metropolitan College and other colleges and universities across the country.
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We are excited that you chose Covenant CNA School to discover your passions in becoming a CNA and preparing for a bright future in the health care industry.
If you are under 18, we will need the signature of your parent or guardian on the enrollment agreement. Students enrolling in the Nurse Assistanting Training Program must be at least 17 years of age. High School Diploma or GED is not required for entrance into our CNA Program.
Covenant CNA School does not accept pregnant women into our CNA classes because of medical liability on the fetus.
Applications is on a rolling admissions basis; which means you can apply all year round. Applications can be obtained by calling 770-573-0370. Early application is encouraged because of classes fill up quickly.
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED UPON REGISTRATION
1. Government-issued photo Identification (driver license, stat ID, military ID or passport).
2. Social Security Card
1. Social Security Card or valid for work only with DHS authorization Social Security Card and 1 of the following items below:
Please call 770-573-0370 for pricing.
Prospective students must speak with speak with a Covenant CNA School admission representative and complete an application. When all admission requirements are fulfilled, you become a part of the Covenant CNA School family.
Class size is limited and class space is filled on a first come, first served basis. After a class is full, subsequent applicants may choose to be placed on a waiting list.
All funds received are Non-Refundable.
Individuals who have not registered and paid their deposit are not permitted to attend a classes. Covenant CNA School does not allow individuals to audit classes. We accept money orders, cash, certified funds,no personal checks.
Covenant CNA School Registrar handles all matters related to the billing and collection of tuition and fees. All students who register will receive a registration confirmation billing statement that includes total tuition or deposited paid.
All applications will not be completed until Covenant CNA School Registrar's Office receives your Social Security Card, Driver License and State Id and Background Check.
BACKGROUND CHECK/PRIOR CONVICTIONS
Background checks are performed if you have been convicted of a Felony you are ineligible for the Nurse Assistants Classes. In addition certain Misdemeanors are ineligible for our Nurse Aide Program.
If you have any questions about applying to Covenant CNA School please contact the Office of Admissions by:
Phone: (770) 573-0370
Covenant CNA School does not offers traditional forms of financial aid such as the student loans, Pell Grant or Hope Scholarship. Students initially pay a deposit, which is part of the total tuition. Then we work out a weekly payment schedule for the rest of the tuition. There are, however, a few programs available through non-profit and government organizations.
Employer educational or tuition vouchers can be used to pay for enrollment. The voucher must clearly state the student’s name, the employer’s name and address, the class(es) to enroll the student in, and the total amount approved. Course enrollment will be made once the voucher is received. Continuing Education will then invoice the employer for payment.
MyCAA - Military Spouse Career Advancement Account The Department of Defense has a new financial assistance program that offers up to $4,000 to military spouses who are interested in pursuing continuing education (including certificate and online courses), degree programs, licenses, or credentials leading to careers in high growth, high demand, and portable career fields. Spouses of active duty and activated National Guard and Reserve Service members are eligible for MyCAA.
Military spouses who are military members themselves are not eligible for MyCAA, but may be eligible for military education benefits.
To get started, visit https://Aiportalaccaf.mil/mycaa create a MyCAA Account.
Once a profile is created, the Department of Defense will provide notification of eligibility status through the MyCAA messaging system.
Be sure to select Covenant CNA School when you apply on the AI Portal.
For assistance, contact a Military One Source Career Consultant at 1-800-342-9647.
The Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act is a federal grant that covers training expenses for individuals who have been laid off from employment, or whose household income is at or below the federal poverty level. To apply for the WIOA grant, contact the One-Stop Workforce Center for the county in which you reside, or the county where you worked when you were laid off from employment.
The WIOA application process takes several weeks, so please do not delay in getting started. Once WIOA grant approval is awarded by the One-Stop
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Covenant CNA School prepares extraordinary Certified Nursing Assistants with the knowledge, skills,
values and beliefs required to not only succeed but to make a difference in the healthcare industry.
The specialized nature of many healthcare occupations, however, requires unique skill sets that can only be obtained through additional training.
The good news is that the training you need to advance your career is readily available. Covenant CNA School can help you meet your goals.
Many of our students attend or graduated from; Georgia State University, Georgia Tech, Morehouse College, Spelman College, Emory University, Atlanta Technical College, Kennesaw State University, Macon State College, Gordon College, Clayton College & State University,
University of West Georgia, Georgia Military College, Lanier Technical, Oxford College of Emory University, Dalton State College,
Georgia Perimeter College, Atlanta Metropolitan College and other colleges and universities across the country.
Covenant C.N.A. School CNA 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. Clinical rotations are at premier long care nursing facility in Atlanta and the metro areas.
Some areas covered:
Tutorial for the Nursing Assistant Competency State Examination
Tutorial for the Georgia Nurse Assistant
Competency State Examination is for:
A. Individuals who previously took the State Exam
but did not pass the Skills Exam.
B. Individuals who feel comfortable taking the Written Exam
but need assistance preparing for the Skills Exam.
C. Individuals who have taken a course long ago and need to
"brush up" on skills before taking the State Exam.
The Clinical Refresher consists of the 22 skills required
by the Georgia Nurse Aide Competency State.
Advance Clinical Rotation
Advance Clinical Rotation is a opportunity to experience a
Certified Nursing Assistant Externship and to work in a dynamic and
supportive clinical environment. You will work side-by-side with
highly skilled preceptors who will facilitate the learning experience.
understanding of organizational structure and operations within an acute care setting. Externships are held at prestigious
hospitals in Atlanta and the metro area.
Our program prepares Certified Nurse Aides to administer routine medications to to residents in Assisted Living facilities, Personal Care Homes, intermediate care facilities and other non-hospital environments.
Bilingual (English / Spanish) Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) Classes
If your first language is not English or if you are fluent in two languages, Covenant CNA School offers a bilingual CNA program.
Covenant CNA School Bilingual Program provides comprehensive theory and clinical in nursing homes. Upon successful completion of our program, you will be eligible to take the state of Georgia Competency Certification Examination written exam in either English or Spanish. The skills section of the examination is giving in English only.
The Bilingual C.N.A. Program grew out of two fundamental demographic trends affecting Georgia. First is the rapid growth in the population of senior citizens in need of direct care. Second is the rapidly increasing Latino population. The Latino community is the fastest growing population group in Georgia today.
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and First Aid Classes
Medical Emergencies can happen every day! Are you prepared to help? Covenant CNA School provides onsite and offsite training to groups of
5 or more individuals. Whether you are just wanting to
become able to be a life saver yourself or you are a
Health Care professional this course will prepare you.
We are passionate about making sure that each student leaves the classroom feeling confident in the skills they gained. Our instructors are certified through the American Heart Association (AHA) and have a strong desire to provide the knowledge and skills to enhance your ability to prevent
an emergency from becoming a tragedy.