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LPN Training Programs in Ozark AR

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LPN Training Classes in Ozark AR


The first step to becoming an LPN in Ozark Arkansas is to begin researching available education programs to find one that suits your schedule and preferences. The next step is to enroll and complete an LPN training program that is approved by the Arkansas Board of Nursing. There are various colleges and healthcare institutions in Ozark that offer the required coursework. Most LPN programs take roughly one year to finish. Upon successful completion of all course requirements you are eligible to challenge the NCLEX-PN exam. After passing the test you can register with the state of Arkansas as a licensed practical nurse and begin searching for employment.

Our directory lists all Arkansas schools that currently offer approved practical nursing programs. State approval and accreditation can differ, so it is always advisable for prospective students to research any particular program prior to enrolling. The Arkansas state board of nursing is the regulatory organization in charge of approving LPN education programs. To gain approval, educational institutions must demonstrate to the board of nursing that their program sufficiently prepares students with the knowledge and skills expected of a licensed practical nurse. The on-going approval of a program depends largely upon their graduation rates and the NCLEX pass rates of their graduates. If a program starts to produce poor results in either of these two categories they can quickly lose their state approval or be placed on probationary approval status until their results improve.


LPN Training Schools in Ozark (AR)

Atu Ozark Campus Practical Nurse Program

1700 Helberg Lane
Ozark, AR 72949
Phone: (479) 667-2117, Ext.340


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Arkansas is not the most populous state, and in fact parts of it are still underdeveloped and impoverished. There is presently stiffer competition in Ozark Arkansas for potential nurses, and the outlook may become even more competitive if the state social security budget gets cut. The minimum education requirement at most institutions is a 2-year degree, but most practical nursing programs only take one year to complete. LPN careers afford similar (if not better) salaries and benefits than most career positions in Ozark that only require an Associate’s degree.


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