If you are aiming to start your career through CNA Jobs GA, you must remember that there are certain prerequisites for getting legal permission for working in different health care facilities all over Georgia.
The basic necessity that has to be completed for CNA Jobs GA includes:
- Complete Georgia State and OBRA’87 approved certified nurse assistant training program.
- Appear for the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program (NNAAP) Examination, managed and regulated by Pearson Vue.
- Pass both segments of written/oral test and clinical or skill demonstration test, within two years of completion of training program.
- Get listing with Georgia Nurse Aide Registry, which also permit your working as a CNA in hospitals, long term care units and various other health care centers.
You must remember that CNA Jobs GA also offers you an opportunity to get reimbursement of the training and competency evaluation fees through the health care center, provided you get employment within 12 months, as a nurse aide in a Medicaid Nursing Facility or Medicare.
Further, it must be noted that your CNA License and legal permission to work is valid for only 2 years and your certification gets expired if you do not renew it before its expiry.
On an average a CNA in Georgia can earn approximately between $25000 and $34000 annually.
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