Vocational Nursing

Improve Lives with a Vocational Nursing diploma from Concorde

  • Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs) find the impact they have on patients’ lives to be extraordinarily rewarding, often becoming companions and confidants to patients and their families

  • Concorde prepares future nurses for successful careers, with hands-on training and real-world coursework, in as few as 13 months

  • You’ll be prepared to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Vocational Nurses and be fully equipped to handle any situation from Day 1 of your new, fulfilling career

  • A career in Vocational Nursing puts you on the front lines of patient care supporting physicians and RNs in an exciting, fast-paced environment

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Vocational Nursing OVERVIEW

  • Vocational Nurses work in a variety of settings supporting other nursing professionals and physicians to enhance patient health outcomes
  • LVNs work in an environment that is team-oriented, fast-paced, yet highly compassionate and professional
  • The ideal Vocational Nurse is a natural relationship builder – empathetic, flexible, energetic and a good listener

“I’m glad I was able to complete the Practical Nursing program at Concorde. That 13 months was long, trying, and there were many sacrifices. But I pulled through and completed the program with support from my family. I love being a nurse, and now I am excited to further my career to becoming a registered nurse with my BSN so that I can help those in a hospital setting as well as home health and long-term care. I am forever grateful.”

Terita Woods
Practical Nursing

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