Recent LPN class
POCAHONTAS, AR. Jan. 6— Black River Technical College’s LPN Program was named the best in the state according to https://www.nursingprocess.org. The website describes the program as “one of the preferred destinations for aspiring nursing prospects,” and states, “The college infrastructure is environment-friendly, and educators are well-qualified to shape your career.”
The website adds, “The institute offers flexibility of enrolling into its practical nursing program in either the Spring or the Fall semester. Classes for the Spring semester commence in January, while the Fall semester begins in the month of August. During this training, you will go through a well-rounded curriculum consisting of theoretical instructions, simulation lab experiments, and clinical sessions. In addition, you will learn about broader healthcare issues such as nutrition, well-being, psychology, and moral behavior. The mandatory course requirements include meeting your advisor each semester to assess your course progress.”
Tonya Hankins, Director of Practical Nursing, states, “It is an honor to be ranked the #1 practical nursing program in the state. This success can be attributed equally to the nursing faculty and the learners. At BRTC, faculty are able to teach within their areas of specialty which provides students with exceptional theoretical and clinical knowledge. Additionally, faculty take a genuine interest in students. They provide a caring and supportive environment through tutoring, mentoring and motivating. This creates a mutual respect which encourages students to dedicate the time and effort required to be successful in the nursing program. Knowing that our graduates are equipped to provide high quality care to the communities we serve validates the mission of BRTC.”
To see a complete list of rankings, visit https://www.nursingprocess.org/lpn-programs/arkansas/. For more information about BRTC’s nursing program, visit https://blackrivertech.org/academics/allied-health/nursing-programs.