Vocational Nursing Program (VN)
For those wanting to become a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN).
Becoming a Licensed Vocational Nurse is a great way to get into a high-demand, rewarding career. As an indispensable member of the patient-care team, LVN’s communicate with patients, reporting back status to the team, assist in developing a plan of care, and provide patient care under the supervision of an RN or physician.
Practical nurses land in a list of occupations poised for growth between 2012 and 2022*, at a higher rate even than registered nursing. It’s an exciting time to join the healthcare field as demand for quality and compassionate healthcare continues to grow.
This is also a great way to get started in nursing by gaining the education to start working in the nursing field, then continue with our LVN to ADN Bridge should you decide to pursue becoming a Registered Nurse. We have full-time and part-time options and you will already have a great leg up with a solid foundation from your VN program, as well as valuable real-world clinical experience to apply to your continuing education.
*Source: BLS, 2013
- 12-month, full-time
- 21-month, part-time evenings
- Four starts per year: January, March, July, September
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