Compu-Med to Offer Remedial Professional Nursing Program CourseCompumed
Professional nurses are in high demand right now and for the foreseeable future. Hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and other medical facilities need nurses to assist with the increased number of patients coming through their doors.
With the remedial Professional Nursing course at Compu-Med, you can become eligible to sit for the NCLEX again. People who have failed the exam three times or let their licenses lapse may be able to take the remedial course to re-enter the nursing field.
What does the remedial Professional Nurse course cover?
In 10 modules, nursing students will get a refresher on pharmacology, pediatrics, geriatrics, maternity, psychiatric nursing, and medical surgical nursing. A module on test taking and study skills prepares students to study for the NCLEX with an improved chance of passing it.
Each module is eight hours. These modules explain the knowledge that you will need as a nurse within the various specialities. Learn how to work with patients in different settings at different stages in their lives.
The remedial course has five clinicals as well. Gain hands-on experience with clinicals that range from 8 to 24 hours. By the time you are hard, you should have a solid grasp on the practical skills that you need in the field.
How long does it take?
New rotations begin every Monday at the Kendall campus. Students can choose between the day session (9am to 1pm) or the evening session (6pm to 10pm). So, you can work the course around your current responsibilities.
It takes about 10 weeks to complete the program. When you are finished, you may be eligible to retake the NCLEX. It is important to get an official letter from the nursing program director that you have completed the remedial course.
The professional nursing remedial course may be completed in a little under a year. This gives you time to fully grasp the concepts and build your skills as a nurse before you sit for the exam again. All that you need to enroll is two forms of government ID, a letter from the state (applicable in some cases), and a completed enrollment agreement.
Want to learn more? Contact the Miami-Kendall campus to find out what the program can offer you and how to enroll.