Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) are important members of the healthcare team. If you want to become an LPN, a good first step is to consider training. This means getting info on nursing programs. Dorsey Schools can help you get on your way. We offer a
Practical Nurse training program. The PN training strives to expose students to the knowledge and skills needed to excel in this field. Students who successfully complete this program will be eligible to sit for the NCLEX-PN exam. Upon successfully passing the NCLEX-PN exam, they may become licensed as a Practical Nurse. Licensure as a Practical Nurse is required for employment by the State of Michigan.
Practical nursing programs are designed to teach their students about a variety of topics. These may include practical nurse skills and responsibilities, patient care, assist with patient education, and the supervision of unlicensed assistive personnel. Students will also likely be exposed to legal, ethical, moral, and cultural issues in current healthcare environment. Students in our nursing training program will be exposed to each of these topics.
Practical Nurse Info for Students
You should check out our blog here at Dorsey Schools! We have info on nursing programs as well as information on potential jobs. We strive to share useful info that future practical nurses would find to be helpful. This info is released regularly and is about practical nurse training and careers. Take the first step towards your new career. Learn more today. You can explore how to become a PN. Are you interested in training in a practical nurse program? If so, you should consider Dorsey Schools. Your new career can begin here at Dorsey Schools.
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