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Reading, Pennsylvania LPN Programs

Reading LPN Programs - PA

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LPN courses are being offered at vocational schools, trade schools and private LPN schools in Reading, PA.

Reading LPN courses - online & campus-based programs are available.

Which Reading schools offer LPN programs?

Reading LPN Progams (campus-based programs as well as online LPN programs) are medical training programs. LPN programs are typically offered at vocational schools, technical schools, state colleges, nursing universities, online LPN programs, and other higher education institutions.

The best LPN school for you is the one that makes sense for you and serves your needs. Many two year colleges that offer associate degrees also offer LPN programs. Exact class size and clinical requirements will vary by each college offering the program.

How do I become an LPN in Pennsylvania?

You must complete a practical nurse program and pass the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCLEX-PN) exam to be certified and receive your required LPN licensure.

How long will my LPN Course be?

Most LPN programs take 1 year to one and a half years complete. That's a 12 month to 18 month training program. Some nursing schools offer LPN programs which will qualify you for certification after only 6, 7, 8, 9 or 10 months of class.

Do I need to complete an LPN program before I go to college to get an RN Degree?

No. Completing LPN training is not necessary before you can get your RN license. An accredited RN degree can be completed in as little as two years.

What are typical LPN Pre-Reqs?

As all schools have different academic requirements to get accepted into their LPN program, Pennsylvania LPN schools are no exception. You can expect an entrance exam or at least a prerequisite check when you submit your application to determine your eligibility. There may be additional academic requirements also.

At the very least, most schools require applicants to have a High school diploma / GED. You also must get accepted to the college that you are applying to.

Financial aid, including nursing scholarships or federal grant money, may be available to you as a new students enrolling in Reading LPN classes. For more information, check with the Admissions office at the program you are applying to.

Are CNA to LPN Programs Available?

Yes, some vocational schools in Pennsylvania offer CNA to LPN programs. Usually, a CNA to LPN program will last one year. CNAs who Enroll in one of these programs will build upon their existing knowledge to learn the necessary skills to work at the LPN level.

Reading, PA LPN Programs

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Lebanon County Career and Technology Center
833 Metro Dr.
Lebanon, Pennsylvania 17042
Center For Arts and Technology - Brandywine
1635 East Lincoln Highway
Coatesville, Pennsylvania 19320
Lehigh Carbon Community College
4525 Education Park Dr.
Schnecksville, Pennsylvania 18078
Penn State University
2809 Saucon Valley Road
Center Valley, Pennsylvania 18034
Lancaster County Career and Technology Center
1730 Hans Herr Drive
Willow Street, Pennsylvania 17584
Schuylkill Technology Centers
101 Technology Drive
Frackville, Pennsylvania 17931
Northampton Community College
3835 Green Pond Rd
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18020
Pennsylvania Institute of Technology
800 Manchester Ave
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Delaware County Technical Schools
701 Henderson Blvd.
Folcroft, Pennsylvania 19032
York County School of Technology
2179 South Queen Street
York, Pennsylvania 17402