I am taking LPN classes now. In order to be admitted into my school's LPN program, we have to hold current CNA certification. Therefore we didn't cover bathing, feeding, and so on because we've already learned how to do that during CNA training. Our first semester of LPN classes started with medication administration and pharmacology, and we also learned basic dressing changes. I am at the end of second semester now, where we have been writing care plans
, learning more in-depth about body systems, and going to clinicals at one of the hospitals. We take care of our assigned patient(s) including personal care if needed, and give their meds. We can hang IV meds, but cannot start IVs. Only RNs can do that here.
Basically, like a previous poster said, you will need to learn those things because you may still have to do them, and will most likely be supervising CNAs at some point.