WHY BECOME AN LPN?
With medical advancements helping people live longer, the nation's aging population is increasing. As a result, the U.S. Department of Labor predicts that opportunities for nursing professionals, such as nursing care and in-home health care service providers, will grow. Choosing the Practical Nursing program at Cass Career Center (CCC) could be a good first step toward becoming one of the individuals that can help fill this need.
At CCC, our Practical Nursing program could help you acquire the relevant job knowledge and experience to enter this rewarding field. Through group discussions, lectures, hands-on laboratory training and clinical training, you will have the opportunity to develop the skills that could help you stand out in the job market and make a difference in patients' lives. For more information about a career as an LPN, click to review job information about the LPN role.
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WHY ATTEND CASS CAREER CENTER PRACTICAL NURSING PROGRAM?
The Cass Career Center PN Program has small class sizes, allowing for frequent interactions with instructors during the course of the program. Students will obtain clinical experience in long-term care, acute care, behavioral health, operating room, school nursing and many other areas, allowing for exposure to many practice areas. NCLEX-PN pass rates are high. At the completion of the program, students will celebrate with a formal graduation ceremony.
HIGHLIGHTS ABOUT CASS CAREER CENTER PRACTICAL NURSING PROGRAM
- Classes start the first Monday in August and graduation is the third week of June.
- Starting next year, the CCC PN Program will offer some hybrid learning options for classwork to allow for more flexibility for students.
- Coursework is Title IV and A+ eligible.