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Vocational Nursing

Our Mission Is to Provide a Professional & Honest Approach to your education.

Under general supervision, the vocational nurses will provide a wide variety of direct patient care by performing the more responsible, non-registered nursing duties under the direction of a Registered Nurse; will perform assigned responsible patient care, utilizing specialized knowledge in the techniques, methods, procedures, and equipment required in support of the professional staff; will observe, record and report unusual conditions or behaviors; will take and record blood pressure, temperature, pulse, and respiration; will administer medications as prescribed by physicians; may adjust or discontinue flow of intravenous therapy; performs various types of catheterizations and irrigations; will provide for the safety, emotional and physical comfort of the patient; will learn and operate a wide variety of hospital equipment; will administer enemas, douches, irrigations, and catheterizations; will establish and maintain effective working relationships with the staff, patients and patients’ families.

Vocational Nursing Curriculum

Vocational Nursing Clock Hours Credits
Theory Lab/Clinical
Anatomy & Physiology 40 2.5
Psychology 40 2.5
Nutrition 40 2.5
Growth & Development 40 2.5
Fundamentals of Nursing 56 160 7.5
Pharmacology 54 3.5
Medical Surgical I 60 160 7.0
Medical Surgical II 60 224 8.5
Medical Surgical III 60 208 8.5
Pediatric Nursing 48 72 4.5
Maternity Nursing 48 72 4.5
Geriatric Nursing 24 32 2.25
Leadership & Supervision 24 32 2.25
Total 594 Hrs 960 Hrs 58.5 Credits

OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of the Vocational Nursing Program, the student will be eligible for application for licensure as a Licensed Vocational Nurse and be able to:

Utilize the nursing process

Utilize the nursing process in using and practicing basic assessment (data collection), participating in planning, executing interventions in accordance with the care plan or treatment plan, and contributing to individualized nursing interventions under the direction and guidance of a registered nurse.

Provide patient/client care

Provide patient/client care and perform basic nursing services as defined in scope of practice for Vocational Nursing.

Apply communication skills

Apply communication skills for the purpose of a continuity of patient/client care and education.

Provide assistance

Provide assistance to influence the client’s development in achieving an optimal level of self care.

Promote an understanding

Promote an understanding and appreciation of the principles of health and health education, and insight into disease treatment and prevention, and for the client’s return to self-care.

Promote an awareness

Promote an awareness of essential social attributes necessary to perform safely and efficiently.

Perform safely and efficiently

Perform safely and efficiently, while maintaining confidential positive interpersonal relationships, empathy, and patient advocacy.

Fulfill the social responsibility

For infor Fulfill the social responsibility of being a role model for a positive health example in health care facilities, in the community, and in the home.

Requirement for Vocational Nursing:

Applicant must:

1. Be 17 years old and above
2. Submit a valid high school diploma/transcript or certificate of high school equivalency, or GED or Certificate of accreditation of courses if a foreign graduate. If high school diploma is from outside the United States, it must be evaluated by International Education Research Foundation (www.ierf.org).
3. Submit a complete admissions application
4. Submit valid ID
5. Submit completed physical examination report, and TB test or chest X-ray report. TB test must be done within the last 6 months. Chest X-ray is needed if tested positive for TB. Chest X-ray reports is valid for 2 years. Submit Immunization records and Influenza vaccine.
6. Pass the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) entrance exam given by the school with at least Proficient level grade of 60% or above
7. Submit an essay “Why I want to be a part of the Nursing Program”
8. Submit proof of background check and passing drug screening.

Note: Laptop is required for purposes of online research and ATI proctored and Exit Exams.

The Program Director or designee evaluates the information received for completeness. A letter to the applicant is sent to applicant regarding status. If the file is complete, the Program Director or designee schedules applicant to meet with Medical Allied Career Center professional admission panel. The applicant receives a confirmation letter explaining the process, date, time and location of appointment. If the selected date and time provides a scheduling conflict for the applicant, the applicant may contact the Program Director to schedule a new date and time.

All applicants are required to complete a personal interview with the School Director or designee prior to signing an Enrollment Agreement. Personal interviews give the School Director an opportunity to conclude an applicant’s qualifications for enrollment in any program.

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