LVN Program

VOCATIONAL NURSING (LVN) Program – FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE

 NOTE: THIS LVN PROGRAM IS APPROVED BY THE BUREAU FOR PRIVATE POST SECONDARY EDUCATION (BPPE) and the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technician (BVNPT).

Program Start Date: March 6th, 2017- April, 30, 2018
Monday – Friday from 8am to 2:30pm.

Application Deadline: February 6th, 2017.

(Please note application deadline may close sooner if the maximum number of qualified applicants are reached prior to Feb 6)

Early Registration Dates – January 1, 2017- January 15, 2017

Vocational Nursing (LVN) Program (1539 hours)

This course is a 53 week (585 theory and 954 hours clinical) Program designed to qualify individuals to become a licensed vocational nurse (LVN). Licensed vocational nurses (LVNs) work under the direction of a physician or registered nurse, utilizing scientific and technical expertise and manual skills to provide direct patient care to assigned patients. LVNs are able to perform duties which include but are not limited to basic patient assessments, medication administration, wound dressings, vital signs, and additional skills to care for the patient.
Upon completion of the program, graduates receive a Certificate of Completion from the Institution and become eligible to take the licensing examination known as the National Council Licensing Examination for Practical (Vocational) Nurses (NCLEX-PN)

Admission Requirements

Students must possess
• High School Diploma or GED or equivalent
• Be at least 17 years old by program end date
• Have a valid Social Security Number
• Be in good physical and Mental Health (Verified by a health practitioner via a physical examination and Tuberculosis screening). The following immunizations are required: MMR Vaccination (Measles Mumps Rubella), TB Test- (Tuberculosis) and the test must be within the past 6 months before the class start date. If known to be PPD positive, must have a negative chest x-ray.
• Pass a criminal background Screening
• Speak, read, and write the English language
• Successfully pass a pretest of English reading comprehension and Math skills Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) (Test 9 &10). A score of 10 is considered passing.
• Interview with a designated School Representative

ENROLLMENT:

Applications are considered on a first come first served basis as long as applicants meet admission requirements.

Enrollment will close once maximum number of students are reached.

Early Registration applicants who are accepted will receive a $1000 tuition scholarship towards their enrollment deposit.

 Enrollment Steps:

  1. Pre-qualification

(You must be prequalified to enroll):

To be prequalified- Submit proof of meeting admission requirements listed above: Call the institution for assistance

  1. Interview-Enrollment
  • Enrollment is done in person. There will be an interview prior to the student being allowed to enroll.
  • Tuition Deposit due on enrollment day.

 

TUITION FOR PROGRAM: $25,000 – FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE

Additional supplies/cost (Paid to a third party):  $1100-  ( Books, uniform, physical exam, tb, nclex fee, licensing fees)

 

SAMPLE PAYMENT PLAN:

Enrollment Deposit- $5500

$1500/month for 13 months