Genevieve Training Center is an LLC, that offer a nursing assistant program in Las Vegas, Nevada whose mission is to uphold a positive attitude when teaching students. Instilling knowledge and skills that is required to maintain highly qualified students to care for person in residence living, post-acute, and long-term care communities. Our vision is to maintain a respectable and caring culture, as well as compassion, that would be exemplified in the teaching and learning approach. Allowing this to be a milestone to a higher-level education and or entry level employment, as professional healthcare members.
Admission and Fees
Genevieve Training Center is currently accepting students who exhibit good moral character, in good physical and mental health, able to pass a physical examination, have proof of high school diploma or equivalent, and clear a qualifying background check.
Tuition is $2,680, to be paid in full, and is due when the student begins the program and accept and sign the enrollment agreement.
Meet Our Staff
Our staff has a total of 66 years of combined professional experience in the healthcare industry and will be available as a necessary support system for all students.
Hanna is a healthcare professional with extensive experience in the health field. With 13 years of experience as an Intermediate Care Unit Clerk and 15 years as a certified nurse assistant, Hanna has gained a wealth of knowledge and expertise in patient care. Her dedication and passion for the healthcare field are evident in her work. Her compassion, patience and willingness to go above and beyond have made her a valuable asset to Genevieve Training Center.
Antolyn Thomas RN, iCNA
Passionate and dedicated to her healthcare career, Antolyn has a keen understanding and firsthand knowledge of what it takes to ensure every student's success in the nurse assistant program. Her knowledge and skills as a registered nurse and educator will be exercised to custom fit each student aboard. It’s a great pleasure to know that Antolyn will be part of the team to help make that possible.
Jackalyn Copeland RN, iCNA
Being in the health field for 23 years as a respiratory therapist, registered nurse, critical care clinical supervisor, as well as taught CNA courses at College of Southern Nevada (CSN), I can contribute first-hand knowledge and experience that will be applied to instruction of the nurse assistant program. My passion for students' achievement is a primary goal and therefore my aim is to make your goals a success not a challenge.