Vocational Schools that Specialize in Nursing in California

 


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Research has shown there is a shortage of nurses in the United States. This is because there are a lot of people who are getting older and many graduates would prefer to work elsewhere.

Given the situation, a lot of vocational schools in California have invested a lot of money into advertising in the hopes that many will answer this call.

Here are a few schools worth checking out.

If the person lives near Disneyland, a great vocational school that will teach everything there is to know about being a nurse is Bryman College located in Anaheim.

The school has a program called Vocational Nursing Certificate or LVN that can be finished in 18 to 24 months depending on the progress of the student. Those who graduate will have the tools to work in an entry-level position in hospital or clinic.

West Coast University in Los Angeles, California offers students an Associate of Science in Nursing. Some consider this to be better than earning a Bachelors of Science in Nursing that takes 4 years because people who take the 2-year course are able to finish the program faster and earn more money.

The California State University in San Bernardino offers advanced training for people who took up the basics in nursing. The student can upgrade to get bachelors or a master’s degree in nursing that will prepare the individual to handle a ward or a wing in a big hospital or in a small clinic.

The vocational nursing schools mentioned are just three of more than 20 campuses stretching from San Francisco all the way down to San Diego. The person should check these places in the Internet to find the most convenient place to go and learn about nursing.

Shifting to another career is an option for many Americans. This is because many people have realized that nurses’ get paid more that the salary offered in the current job.

If the individual is thinking of leaving, it will be a good idea to check which school will offer the best program. Should the person not have enough money to hit the books again, the school can accommodate this by allowing the student to work and study part time.

The person can never be too old to get a vocational certificate. This is because there are students who are in the late 30’s and up who have joined the ranks of nurses working in some of the most prestigious hospitals and clinics in the country.

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