Find an LVN Program in North Carolina

Have you been struggling to find a good-paying career in North Carolina that will provide you with plenty of job possibilities? Does working in the medical field appeal to you? If you answered yes to both of these questions, there may be a position as an LVN waiting for you! LVNs in North Carolina earn average salaries of $48,000 per year, and there is currently a high demand for them throughout the state!

Does this all sound great to you? If it does, you can begin your new career by enrolling in an LVN program. You can find these programs in a variety of different training facilities including community colleges, online educational centers and technical schools. Depending on the school you choose, your program will last anywhere from 12 to 18 months and contain such coursework as pharmacology, emergency care, medical terminology, nutrition, community health, and human anatomy and physiology.

Once you complete the required coursework and graduate from your program, you can take the National Council's Licensure Exam, or NCLEX. Passing this test will make you eligible to apply for a license from the North Carolina Board of Nursing.