San Bernardino Campus Aims to Accommodate More Schedules by Offering Night and Weekend Classes with their Part Time Vocational Nurse Program

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Our San Bernardino campus now offers night and weekend classes for students seeking to become a Vocational Nurse.  You can now gain the skills and knowledge needed to become a Vocational Nurse in as little as 20 months.

We pride ourselves on preparing students for employment, and trust us…we understand that sometimes your life is just too hectic to attend classes during the day.  So we now offer classes outside the normal 8-5 schedule.

Our Vocational Nurse program not only combines traditional classroom instruction and “hands on” learning but you will also get REAL-WORLD experience as you attend externships in medical hospitals and clinic laboratories.

Our faculty and staff are dedicated educators with extensive clinical experience who will guide and support you in achieving your academic and career goals.

Classes begin the week of June 17, 2014!

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