|Those†who care for the children and families of Prince William County are deeply moved and troubled by this week's events in Pakistan. Our hearts and prayers go out to the victims, their familes, and loved ones.|
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Where can I get additional information about The Practical Nursing program?†
Click on†left navigation button†for†"Nursing Brochure" or†"Application Instructions."
The application deadline for the 2015-16 program†is March 15, 2015. The application period opens December 1. Choose the "Application Instructions" button in the left menu.
For more information†contact Mrs. Tammy Dean, †program†director at email@example.com.†
Students please download the Practical Nursing I, II & III curriculum documents by clicking on the left navigation under Curriculum & Resources.
Fulfill your dreams of nursing! High School Seniors must apply their Junior year for their Senior year and can have a professional career only 9 months after graduation; adults can complete the program in 18 months (2- 9 month periods).
The pre-clinical year (first 9 months) is classroom and nursing skills lab work only. All students attend classes 2 1/2 hours per day. High school seniors earn 3 credits for successful completion and also satisfy a sequential elective requirement.
The clinical year (second 9 months) combines class work and clinical application in hospitals, nursing homes and physician's offices throughout Prince William County. It requires 7-8 hours per day the entire 9 months. Upon completion of the nursing program, your diploma allows you to take the National Certification Exam for Licensed Practical Nurses.
Our program has one of the highest Nursing Board pass-rates in Northern Virginia for LPNs.
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