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Licensed Practical Nursing-Full Time     

Licensed ptractical nurses (LPN’s) help care for the sick, injured and well people of all ages. Students will work closely with patients in many health care settings.

Here's the TruthThere is a rumor going around that licensed practical nurses are being phased out of health care. That is absolutely false. The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services expects LPN’s positions to grow 17.4% over the next couple of years. Many LPN’s use it as a stepping stone to becoming an RN. 100% of the graduates of the Sandusky Career Center School of Practical Nursing have positions in nursing or return to school within six months of graduation.


LPN to RN Diploma Part Time     

Registered Nurses (RN) work in a variety of healthcare organizations throughout the community. RNs are able to assess patients to provide nursing interventions for preventative, restorative, and health-promotion activities. Teaching, supervising, and delegating, are also components of the RN role. Upon completion of this program, the Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) is eligible to obtain licensure by passing the NCLEX-RN. This is a daytime, 45 week program; combining theory, simulation, clinicals, and skills lab experiences. Full-time students will have class, lab, or clinicals five days per week. Classes start in January and are completed in mid-November. Part-time options are available to complete the program over a two year period. Part-time students will be in class, lab, or clinical 3 days per week. Applicants must be an LPN in the state of Ohio with an unencumbered nursing license. Applicants must be IV certified. There are no prerequisite courses required. Articulation agreements will be in place to allow students to complete their Bachelors of Science in Nursing Degree upon successful completion of the program and the NCLEX-RN. This program is designed to allow Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN), endorsed in the state of Ohio to become Registered Nurses (RN). Students in this program will be able to care for patients in a variety of healthcare settings and learn the necessary skills to become a safe and competent RN. The program is 45 weeks long and will be 4-5 days per week. There is a part time option, allowing students to graduate in two years.


Medical Assisting & Phlebotomy     

Medical Assisting & Phlebotomy is expected to be one of the fastest growing occupations with an increase of about 29 % over the next ten years. Medical Assistants complete administrative and clinical tasks in the offices of physicians, hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Their duties vary with the location, specialty and size of the practice but generally include rooming a patient, assisting with minor surgical procedures, taking vital signs and scribing. Phlebotomists draw blood for tests, transfusions, research or blood donations.


LPN to RN Diploma Full Time     

Registered Nurses (RN) work in a variety of healthcare organizations throughout the community. RNs are able to assess patients to provide nursing interventions for preventative, restorative, and health-promotion activities. Teaching, supervising, and delegating, are also components of the RN role. Upon completion of this program, the Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) is eligible to obtain licensure by passing the NCLEX-RN. This is a daytime, 45 week program; combining theory, simulation, clinicals, and skills lab experiences. Full-time students will have class, lab, or clinicals five days per week. Classes start in January and are completed in mid-November. Part-time options are available to complete the program over a two year period. Part-time students will be in class, lab, or clinical 3 days per week. Applicants must be an LPN in the state of Ohio with an unencumbered nursing license. Applicants must be IV certified. There are no prerequisite courses required. Articulation agreements will be in place to allow students to complete their Bachelors of Science in Nursing Degree upon successful completion of the program and the NCLEX-RN. This program is designed to allow Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN), endorsed in the state of Ohio to become Registered Nurses (RN). Students in this program will be able to care for patients in a variety of healthcare settings and learn the necessary skills to become a safe and competent RN. The program is 45 weeks long and will be 4-5 days per week. There is a part time option, allowing students to graduate in two years.


Licensed Practical Nursing Part Time     

Licensed ptractical nurses (LPN’s) help care for the sick, injured and well people of all ages. Students will work closely with patients in many health care settings.

Here's the TruthThere is a rumor going around that licensed practical nurses are being phased out of health care. That is absolutely false. The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services expects LPN’s positions to grow 17.4% over the next couple of years. Many LPN’s use it as a stepping stone to becoming an RN. 100% of the graduates of the Sandusky Career Center School of Practical Nursing have positions in nursing or return to school within six months of graduation.