What Our VN Students and Graduates Say
“CES College was nothing short of an incredible experience that changed my life. I had no medical field experience when I came here and now I have a budding career.” Cade P.
“My class and our instructors were the support and the inspiration I personally needed to change my outlook on life…” Patrick B.
“Because of CES I was able to get my first job right after graduating because my school and instructors had a great reputation in the Hospitals.” Amber B.
“After graduating I feel much more prepared for most clinical situations than I thought I would because of these excellent training opportunities. The friends I’ve made there and the guidance from the instructors were easily the best part. This is an investment into our futures and the commitment to our education is backed up by CES and their quality education and great staff.” Joe M.
“The staff is wonderful; everyone is there to help you, without any tricks or gimmicks.I passed my NCLEX on the first try.” Alan K.
“CES is an amazing LVN school. I enjoyed it from day 1 to graduation.” Elizabeth R.
“When I first walked into CES college, I felt this warm feeling inside, literally like I was at home. The staff was very friendly and attentive. I immediately went home and told my husband that I found the school that I wanted to go to.” Deanna M.
Highlights of CES COLLEGE Vocational Nursing program:
- Affordable Tuition
- NCLEX preparation
- No Prerequisites
- Experienced Instructors
- No payments while in school if qualify for full financial aid
- Hands-on experience
- Job Placement assistance
The program has four (4) modules of 15 weeks each.
Total Curriculum Clock Hours: 1560 hours.
Vocational Nursing Program provides students with the theory, laboratory, and clinical experiences to prepare you for a career as a vocational nurse.
The clinical assignments of the program provide students with actual hands-on experience in providing nursing care to clients of various ages, ethnic and cultural groups, and stages of wellness/illness.
Upon successful completion of the program, the students will be eligible to sit for the NCLEX-pn examination. Upon passing the exam, the student will be eligible for employment as a Licensed Vocational Nurse.
The day class meets five times a week:
The admission screening for the selection of Vocational Nurse students are reflected in the admissions policy as outlined:
- Student must have graduated from an accredited high school, or earned a Graduate Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D.) and be at least 18 years of age.
- If the student has a foreign (out of the United States) high school diploma, this diploma and the transcripts must be translated into English, and evaluated for United States acceptance for High School equivalence. The fee for foreign student transcript evaluation is the student’s responsibility.
- Student must pass an entrance examination with a minimum of 75%.
- The Physical Examination form must be completed by a licensed Physician/Nurse Practitioner and submitted to the School prior to matriculation into the program. This includes immunizations/titers and PPD assessment. All deficiencies must be corrected at the applicant’s expense PRIOR to beginning the clinicals. All students with a positive PPD test must provide proof of a negative Chest x-ray report prior to entrance in the program. Students must be physically capable of fulfilling the objectives of the nursing program. The school will make reasonable accommodation to assist a student with a disability to advance through the program. However, students must have sensory function adequate for client assessment and care and must possess the physical status to provide all aspects of nursing care in a safe manner. Students must be physically capable of fulfilling the objectives of the nursing program. The school will make reasonable accommodation to assist a student with a disability to advance through the program. However, students should have sensory function adequate for client assessment and care and must possess the physical status to provide all aspects of nursing care in a safe manner. If a student is or becomes unable to complete assignments and attend program activities as scheduled, or to become a Licensed Vocational Nurse, the student may be terminated from the program.
- Clearance on consumer background report – completed after the start of the program; however, if the criminal background report required for clinical placement discloses violations, the finding may prevent the student from being placed in clinical or become licensed as an LVN, or the student may be terminated from the program.
- A personal interview will be held with the Program Director after the prospective student meets all required admission standards.
- If there are more students who qualify for admissions than available seats, the students will be selected in accordance with the Screening and Selection Criteria. A copy of the form can be obtained from the school staff.
Please visit CES College to learn more about the school and to meet our instructors, students, and staff.
Visit our campus: 401 South Glenoaks Blvd., Suite 211, Burbank, CA 91502