Find a medical trade school near you or an online college with accredited LPN training programs. Use the search application to choose a school, thy’ll call you to answer your questions.
How Do I Become an LPN? Licensed practical or vocational nursing programs are a blend of classroom and clinical schoolwork. Classroom courses will include subjects such as biology, pharmacology and nursing. Once their nursing program is complete the student then will take the licensing exam called National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses. From there, once they have completed their degree and license.
Colleges with LPN/LVN Courses
All colleges offering vocational nursing programs are not listed here, use the search application to find your local options.
- Ashland University
- New England Institute of Technology
- Southern Technical College
- Fortis Institute
- Daymar College
- Midwest Technical Institute
- Virginia College
- Florida Career College
“When you’re just starting out, your income will be more than $32K annually, but you can work your way up to a salary of more than $60K per year. You’ll find that the top-paying industries for LPNs are the government, nursing, and residential care facilities as well as home healthcare service, while the lower-paying options for employment are private practices and hospitals.”[csn]