Upon successful completion of the Practical Nursing Program, the
graduate will have the knowledge plus skills required for the
computerized Adaptive Testing for the National Council for Licensing and
Examination. Upon successful passing of the exam, the individual will
be able to seek employment in the field of nursing
- Upon successful passing of the exam, the individual will be able to seek employment in the field of nursing.
- NURSING FORM
- Health Form
- VECHS Background check
- NCLEX REVIEW
- NCLEX PREP COURSE
- NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN Review
- Now that you have finished you course work just one last step.
The NCLEX test is that last hurdle before you can begin your career.
Let’s us help our practice and review session is an intensive study of
test taking strategies, critical thinking skills, in the nursing
subjects of pharmacological / parenteral therapies, safety and infection
control, health promotion and maintenance, psychosocial integrity,
reduction of risk potential, physiological adaptation, primary care and
comfort, and management of care all prepared in the NCLEX format to
- Critical Thinking Skills
- Test Taking Strategies
- Practical Reviews
- Practice Exams
- Maslow Theory
- At HTI, our instructors are professional Registered Nurse and
Physician educators, with comprehensive backgrounds, vast wisdom and
years of experience to share with our students. To provide students with
the skills and confidence to pass the NCLEX exam the FIRST TIME!
- Function as a safe practitioner, using critical thinking and communication skills to act as a patient advocate and educator.
The program consists of 1350 instructor clock hours designed to
prepare students for employment as Licensed Practical Nurses. The
curriculum is developed to meet state and industry standards, and a
syllabus is made available to each student one week prior to enrollment.
Students must successfully complete classroom, skills and clinical
components of each course component prior to advancing to the next
course or component. A student can be dismissed, at the discretion of
the director, for insufficient progress, non-payment of costs, or
failure to comply with rules. Successful completers of this program are
eligible to take the National Council of Licensure Examination (NCLEX)
for Practical Nurses.