Unless you already hold a visa to work in the US or are a US citizen, this training will not get you a visa to work in the US. Does not matter what the school tells you, but the US government requires that any training done by the same as what is required for licensure in the country where the training was done, and the Philippines requires the BSN for entry level into the US.
Any of these programs do not meet the requirements for immigration and that is what you should be concerned with. And that is what CGFNS is going to tell you as well. Texas requires the CES if you trained out of the US, and the Visa Screen Certificate is needed as well.
And this school is not accredited in the Philippines by CHED, only by TESDA and that is one of the reasons that it does not meet the requirements for the US for licensure and immigration purposes. Please have a good read on the website for CGFNS; you can find them at www.cgfns.org
and see their requirements to obtain the Visa Screen Certificate. First part of it states that one must be considered a first generation professional nurse in the country where they trained and the Philippine government does not accept this training for licensure there. No ADN graduate can obtain the RN license to practice there with this training as a start. Next add into it the fact that it will be minimum of five years for a chance at a green card to work in the US if the training was accepted and it is not; then the fact that no other country will accept that training from the Philippines for the ADN to meet immigration requirements, so what are you going to do for the five years plus? It is going to be impossible to get hired if you were able to based on never having any work experience anyplace.
Suggest that you read the threads about the LPN programs in the Philippines, this program is under TESDA so is under the same category before you spend one more penny on training that is not going to help you in any way at all.