Amy Vickery – Executive Director and Owner
Amy opened The Training Center of NW Georgia in early 2013, after over 25 years management experience and over 10 years of experience managing successful training programs.
Sandie Baliey – Office Manager
With the company since May of 2016, Sandie has extensive management and customer service skills. She is responsible for student registration and management in addition to other responsibilities and provides support to the Executive Director.
Donna Roberts, RN – Lead Instructor
Donna has been an instructor with our Training Center since June, 2015. She currently provides planning, development and support to all programs. Donna is an RN, with over 40 years’ experience including Director of Critical Care, research coordinator, AHA courses and is competent to teach all courses currently offered by the training center.
Ingrid Zito, RN, FNP – PCT Instructor
Ingrid is an RN with over 35 years of experience and has been with us since September 2017. Her main focus has been Women’s Health. Ingrid’s nursing background include Labor & Delivery, gynecology, home care, working in a medical office and teaching.
Nichole “Nikki” Baillio, LPN – PCT Instructor
Nikki’s experience in elder care, phlebotomy and hospital experience makes her a valuable instructor for our CNA evening program. Currently, she is teaching our PCT evening program. Nikki has been with us since Jan. 2017
Lynn Knauth, RN – CNA Instructor
Lynn has been an RN since 1983 and with our facility since August, 2016. She is currently teaching our day CNA class. She has a nursing background in many different areas in the medical field.
Christy “Chris” Williams, LPN – PCT Instructor
Chris has 8 years of medical experience, including hospital care. She is currently teaching day PCT class.
Vicki Thomas – LPN – CNA Instructor
Vicki is currently teaching our evening CNA classes. She has over 10 years of medical experience, including geriatric care.
David Moseley – AHA Instructor
David came to work with the Training Center in October, 2017. He has been an EMT for 14 years which includes certification as a First Responder and began training to be a Paramedic where an accident took him out of the field. He is an experienced American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR, First Aide and BLS training instructor.