I am thinking about attending EVIT's CNA and LPN program as well. I know that CNA is a prereq for the LPN program. CPR is not included in the CNA program and you have to do it before it starts. I'm not too sure about your other questions but I hope I helped a little bit. If you don't mind I was just wondering your age. I'm curious if it's going to be alot of high school students since such a big part of the school is based on high school classes.
i am not trying to work without a license. i am trying to figure out where i can work once i am done with school before i get into an rn program. i am going to have a plan so don't make assumptions about what i am doing...
I want to be a nurse sooo bad but everywhere I go there is waiting lists and I am looking to get into school ASAP. I am leaning towards going to school for LPN and then finding an LPN to RN program. Is this wise or should I just keep trying to find an RN program? Any advice will help! Thanks
Can someone tell me some LPN to RN programs. I wanted to just go straight for RN but now with waiting lists and all that, I am thinking about doing LPN first then go to a bridge program. Is this a good thing to do? Thanks
I live in Gilbert so both are pretty far. I really wanted to go to rio salado since alot of it is online but they are ending the nursing program there. I just can't seem to find a program that works but I really don't want to give up on nursing.
I am looking for a nursing program that I can get into ASAP. I can't go to Apollo's RN program because it is extremley far and unrealistic for me to go there. I don't care if it is a community college or a private program. I was thinking about becoming an LPN and then trying to get into Excelsior RN program but I don't know if that is such a great idea. Can anyone offer some advice please?!