Just as a quick FYI, I asked about this post and a forums administrator told me it would be OK because I really am looking more for viability information than work.
I have just pulled off one the hardest things I have ever done as a nurse; I just took a small vocational school from beginning to opening of a brand new LPN program for them. Originally, I was going to work there and I was so EXCITED!!! But, as life often does, change came instead. My husband has been offered a great contract as an engineer in Virginia, so I will be leaving Illinois in the next two months.
But, I have to tell everyone, I actually learned to love the process of taking something from nothing and developing it into something that I believe will not only change a persons life by becoming a nurse, but that nurse changing others lives as well. I always thought I hated this part of nursing, or any job for that matter, the more paper work = the more I hated it. No one is more shocked than me finding out that that isn't really true for me.
So, what does everyone think? Is it a viable option? I am thinking about going to smaller vocational type schools
and adapting it to not only to each individual school but also make sure that it will adhere to each states laws. I would work with them and incorporate their goals and ideas into what I have already established for the school I will be leaving soon.
Thanks ahead of time for everyone's input. The more I learn from others, the more I find my life growing and more fulfilling it becomes.
Feb 17, '11
I'AM TRYING TO OPEN A LPN PROGRAM ANDE IAM IN NEED OF A CONSULTANT PLEASE HELP
Last edit by sirI on Feb 17, '11
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