Vocational Nursing Program
Why Choose ICH’s Vocational Nursing Program?
Hybrid program combining online coursework and hands-on training
Achievable in as few as 56 weeks
Flexible schedules – work while you attend school!
Dedicated, professional faculty
Financial aid available to those who qualify
At Integrity College of Health, our Vocational Nursing program is designed to prepare students to enter one of the fastest-growing professions in the healthcare industry. Nurses are critical allied health professionals, providing care for people who are sick, injured, convalescent, or disabled under the direction of physicians and registered nurses. This 56-week program prepares students with critical theoretical knowledge and practical hands-on skills through a combination of coursework and clinical labs. Students also receive real-world on-the-job experience through an Externship.
Students in the Vocational Nursing program learn how to:
- Provide Basic Nursing Care
- Administer medications
- Document Patients’ Signs and Symptoms
- Perform Therapeutic and Rehabilitative Measures.
Graduates receive a Certificate of Completion, Vocational Nursing diploma and will be prepared for with the educational foundation to pass the NCLEX-PN exam, foster upward mobility and establish a career path in nursing. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics ranks Licensed Practical and Vocational Nurses among the fastest growing occupations over the 2019-2029 decade. Employment is projected to grow 9% (much faster than average) over the 2019-2029 decade, adding 65,700 more jobs nationwide. As of 2019, Licensed Practical and Vocational Nurses held 721,700 positions nationwide.
***If you are interested in the Vocational Nursing program, all students are required to complete the Vocational Nursing Pre-Requisite course in advance of admissions. It only takes 4 weeks and is completely online.