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Note: All campuses are open and Fortis School of Nursing has transitioned to online and remote delivery of classes for all students. Fortis' admissions team has also transitioned to remote interview and enrollment, so prospective students do not need to visit the campus at this time.
More info can be found here: https://www.fortis.edu/online-transition.html.
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All-State Career Schools offer training and preparation for certification exams across numerous relevant industries.
At the All-State Career Schools, we've designed our programs to be relevant in today's job market. We coordinate with employers to understand their needs for trained employees, and our educators work hard to develop students who graduate from our vocational schools to be prepared to contribute from day one. Our experienced instructors believe in the benefits of hands-on experience, which is why you can have the opportunity to work with the same tools, equipment, and techniques you'll be expected to use in the field.
A Practical Nurse (PN) does a large share of the direct patient care in health facilities, providing for the emotional and physical comfort and safety of patients. Working under the supervision of doctors and RNs, PNs assist with the planning and implementation of care, and they report on changes in patients’ conditions.
With our population living longer and needing more care, the nursing field is one of the best ways to pursue a career and it will likely stay that way for many years to come.
At the Fortis School of Nursing at All State Career School, the program is designed to prepare students to join the nursing profession as entry-level practical nurses. The program includes classroom studies, practice in laboratory settings and hands-on clinical experience in the field.
Nursing is a dynamic profession and many practical nurses, in fact, continue their career path and become registered nurses. Upon completion of the program, graduates will be prepared to take the practical nursing licensure examination to become designated as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN).
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports job prospects for LPNs should be favorable and projects job growth to be faster than the average for all occupations over the next 10 years.
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