Qualifications for Professional Nurse Remedial CourseCompumed
The Professional Nurse remedial course has several qualifications before you can enroll. It was designed for people who have taken the NCLEX and not passed it or whose nursing licenses have lapsed.
Students review the core concepts and skills that they need in their nursing careers, then they can get permission to take the state exam or NCLEX again to become licensed as nurses.
Nursing applicants that have taken the NCLEX and not passed it for three consecutive times will need a letter from the state to enroll in the remedial course. How can you get a letter? Call the Florida Board of Nursing at 850-245-4125 or email email@example.com.
If a Registered Nurse has a lapsed license or has not worked as a nurse for five years, they may need to get approval to take the clinical portion of the course. The course provider will need to email the Florida Board of Nursing on behalf of the student to get a letter of authorization.
The Board also issues orders for some applicants to take a nursing remedial course, and this qualifies them take the course at Compu-Med Vocational Careers.
Admission process and getting started
The Professional Nursing remedial course enrollment requires two forms of government ID, like a driver’s license or state ID, passport or birth certificate. If applicable, you may also need to provide the letter of authorization from the state. Then you need to submit a completed enrollment agreement.
Remedial courses open on August 16, 2021. Then a new session begins every Monday thereafter. You can choose from day or night sessions, whichever fits your schedule. Daytime sessions are from 9am to 1pm. Nighttime sessions are from 6pm to 10pm.
There are 10 theory modules to complete. Review pharmacology, psychiatric nursing, pediatrics, medical surgical nursing, and study skills. Following the theory courses are clinicals that give hands-on experience with technology and patient care techniques.
After 10 weeks of successful study, you can sit for the NCLEX again. The school will send a letter of completion to the Florida Board of Nursing to authorize it.