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Should I do an advance training or go to collage?

Rehabilitation technician is going to be my career, since job corps does not have a nursing program. If I do advance training is going to be for vocational nursing because there's no training for Rehab. Tech. #nurse # #hospital-and-health-care


In-order to become rehab technician you would Certify as a nursing assistant and then you would be able to find employment as a rehab tech. I would recommend it as option especial working full-time or part-time while going to school. It will give you an edge over the the competition. Your Tech or CNAs will respect you more and will see you as more competent nurse. This may not be the case all time but, it will also make the transition to the title of LVN OR RN effortless. The best nurses know how to do it all or learn to do it as a team. Isaac Pratt

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Elaine’s Answer

I agree with Dr Rodney as I began my career as a nursing aide before they were certified and worked my way up the ranks through education and experience- Dr Elaine Briggs DNP APRN FNP-BC

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I believe your advance training will allow you to go on and become a better college student. When I began my graduate program because I had worked in the field already I had observed and learned quite a bit. This helped in my studies and knowledge. Collage will be there for you when you are ready. The advanced training may or may not be available.


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I agree with Dr Rodney as I began my career as a nursing aide before they were certified and worked my way up the ranks through education and experience- Dr Elaine Briggs DNP APRN FNP-BC

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