If you are interested in enrolling in LPN program in Connecticut, here is a review of two schools that offer LPN program. At the moment there are 23 approved LPN programs in Connecticut.
Eli Whitney Vocational Technical School
This school offers the LPN program in a tiered classroom and a smart board for interactive learning. Its 1,250 sq ft lab houses nine computers with internet and various programs that enhance learning. There are also beds with mannequins for nursing skill practice.
In as little as 12 months, a student can finish the school’s Practical Nursing program.
The Porter and Chester Institute boasts of small class sizes which gives the advantage of better instructor-student interaction. Every PCI campus also has full-time Graduate Employment Specialists. These people are dedicated in helping LPN graduates find the most suitable jobs for them.
Practical Nursing classes are from 8:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. while clinical days are from 8:00 A.M. through 3:00 P.M.
Branford, Enfield, Stratford, Rocky Hill and Watertown campuses offer this program to admitted applicants.