It is the mission of this program to prepare students for a successful career as a practical nurse. Students give nursing care in local hospitals, geriatric facilities, home health care, hospice, doctors' offices, and clinics.
Course completion skills include personal; family and community health; structure and function of the human body; nutrition; human growth and development; nursing needs of the patient; fundamentals of nursing; geriatric nursing; medical/surgical nursing; pharmacology/administering medication; maternal and neonatal nursing; pediatric nursing, and comprehensive nursing.
Practical Nursing Orientation for the August 2015 class. in room 105A
Wednesday June 3rd - 10:00am
in room 105A
Practical Nursing Information Sessions
Withlacoochee Technical College will be enrolling students for the January 2016 and August 2016 Practical Nursing classes. The first step in the enrollment process is to attend an information session on the program. Information sessions are scheduled for:
· Wednesday September 9th 5:00pm
· Friday September 11th 9:00am
· Monday September 14th 9:00am
· Thursday September 17th 5:00pm
· Friday September 18th 9:00am
Students must attend one of these information sessions before they can proceed with the entrance exam and the enrollment process. The cost of the entrance exam is approximately $45 and is due when you register online. Four different testing sessions will be available in order to accommodate everyone:
· Friday October 9th 8:30am and 12:30pm
· Friday October 16th 8:30am and 12:30pm
Students who would like to begin preparing for the entrance exam, The National League for Nursing, can purchase the exam study guide on our website at http://www.textbookx.com/fastsearch2.php?s=national+league&product=book&action=new or simply go to our online bookstore and type in National League for Nursing.
National League for Nursing Exam
Four different testing sessions will be available in order to accommodate everyone:
Friday April 10th 8:30am and 12:30pm
Friday April 17th 8:30am and 12:30pm
There are a limited number of students admitted to the class. The selection process is based on the applicant’s score, prior education and medical employment/experience.
For more information, please contact Student Services at (352) 726-2430
A student must have passed all required courses in the program, must be present for at least ninety-five percent (95%) of the 1350 scheduled class hours with no more than 25 hours of absenteeism in the clinical portion of the program and have satisfied all financial obligations before he or she is eligible to receive a certificate of completion for the program.