Become a Practical Nurse
2-3 semesters of coursework leading to a technical diploma in Practical Nursing (PN)
The College’s 31-credit program in Practical Nursing prepares you to work with RNs and doctors in many different health care settings. These might range from clinics and hospitals to nursing homes and home health agencies.
When you earn the Practical Nurse Technical Diploma, you are eligible to take the NCLEX examination to become a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN).
What does an LPN do?
As a Licensed Practical Nurse, you will have the skill to handle routine nursing responsibilities in a variety of healthcare settings. In patient-care jobs, LPNs can provide basic nursing care, wound care, complete basic physical assessments, monitor patients’ conditions, and give medications.
We can give you advance standing if you have work experience as an LPN
With your LPN credential and work experience, you can also apply for the College’s Bridge Program that gives advance standing entry to LPNs who are accepted into the Associate of Applied Science in Nursing degree program.
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