LPN Programs

If you are thinking of starting a career in which you can feel like you are a valued member of society and your profession, then you might want to consider a career as a nurse. If you are reading this article, then you have already considered the idea. You probably enjoy caring for people. You may also enjoy science disciplines, such as chemistry and biology. Most importantly, however, you understand how rewarding it can be to do important work that benefits all kinds of people, no matter who they are or where they are from. If this sounds like you, then you might want to consider taking practical nursing classes.

When you take practical nursing classes, you are training to become an LPN or Licensed Practical Nurse. As you probably already know, there are many different kinds of nurses with different levels of education and different specialties and concentrations. The practical nurse is the kind of nurse that many people imagine when they think of nurses. This is the nurse who is trained to look for vital signs, take blood temperature, your temperature, and the other basic checkups that are performed before the doctor sees you.

Most programs for LPN certification last for about a year. This allows you to take the NCLEX-PN and become licensed by the state as a practical nurse.

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