Augusta Center for Health and Rehabilitation CNA Course Orientation Session Scheduled 10.21.19
Caption: Workforce training partners, Augusta Adult and Community Education (AACE) and Western Maine Community Action (WMCA), met with representatives of Augusta Center for Health and Rehabilitation (ACHR) to establish the training schedule, requirements and deadlines for a new Certified Nursing Assistant training starting in November. Pictured (l-r): Michael Emery; Monique Roy, Rebecca Corcoran, AACE; Terrie Freeman, Cyndy Burke, ACHR; Myles Robert, Cathy Stairs, WMCA; and Nancy Marcille, ACHR. Photo courtesy Monica Millhime, WMCA.
Augusta Center for Health and Rehabilitation is partnering with Augusta Adult and Community Education and Western Maine Community Action, to offer a workforce training opportunity for a Certified Nursing Assistant course scheduled to start classes on November 4th.
An Orientation Session will be held Monday, October 21, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Augusta Adult and Community Education, 33 Union Street, Augusta. Candidates must register online and schedule an appointment for CASAS and ONET assessments. CASAS appointments may be made by calling 626-2470. Register online at https://augusta.maineadulted.org to attend the Orientation on October 21st. Deadline for registering is no later than October 11, 2019.
The training will include 30 hours of academic and employability skills WorkReady training coupled with 90 hours of classroom and 90 hours of clinical training to meet the State Certification for C.N.A requirements. The course, valued at approximately $2,000 per participant, is no cost to candidates meeting eligibility requirement for WIOA funding provided by Western Maine Community Action. WMCA will provide an On-the-Job training opportunity to candidates upon successful completion of the course.
Augusta Adult and Community Education application; WMCA pre-eligibility form; proof of age (at least 18 years old); high school diploma (or equivalency, background checks; reading/math CASAS assessments; confidentiality release form; interviews; immunization records; and availability for all scheduled training.