LPN Training

PN Training

If you have already decided that a career in nursing is right for you, the next step is to decide where to receive your practical nurse (PN) training and education. There are many different programs that promise a quality education, but how do you know which program is right for you? Before investing your time, energy and money in a nursing education, it is important to ask the right questions to make sure you find the proper fit.

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What to consider when deciding on a program

PN training can be achieved in as few as 13 months through programs like Concorde’s! The 13-month program prepares nurses-in-training to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination, also known as the NCLEX, which is required to practice as an entry-level nurse. Before committing to a program, consider how the curriculum is designed. Are there opportunities for hands-on, practical learning? Because PN training programs are designed differently, it is crucial that you take into account your own learning style to find the right program match for you.

What lies ahead after graduation?

One of the most appealing aspects of the career is the chance to continue growing as a professional nurse, which might result in higher wages, opportunities to supervise other nurses, increased autonomy and better hours. Most PNs feel a desire to earn their registered nurse (RN) degree after a few years in the field, and some continue on for a master’s degree or PhD. Because health care is always changing and evolving, nurses are continually participating in continuing education to ensure they provide the best level of care for their patients. PN training does not stop after graduating from a PN program.

Nursing is a demanding career, but can also be one of the most rewarding. If you have a genuine desire to heal members of your community, providing top quality care to those in need, you will most likely find nursing a fulfilling career that will allow you to grow both personally and professionally for a lifetime.

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