Adoni Health Institute  offers a twelve months intensive full-time  and fifteen months part-time Practical Nurse Program covering 1524 contact hours excluding holidays and remediation program 

 

Upon completion of the program, students receive a Practical Nurse Diploma and prepare  to sit for the PN National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX)

 

Successful candidates will be eligible to apply for PN positions in a variety of health care

 

Students are required to complete 1524 hours of instruction divided into Classroom lectures, Clinical rotation and Skill laboratory sessions

 

Method of Instruction 

 

A variety of instructional methods are used depending on content area

The methods are designed to assist the student in enhancing critical thinking skills.

 

These include, but are not limited to:

 

Lectures

 

  • Audiovisuals which include video lectures and audio 

 

  • Computer assisted learning 

 

  • Cooperative/collaborative learning guided by intructor

  • Skill Laboratory clinical simulation and demonstrations

 

  • Project design and presentations, speeches, debates, panels, Conferencing, learning experiences

 

Hands-on clinical practicum

 

A fully equipped Nursing Laboratory center is available to all students

Methodology is selected to best meet student needs.

 

 

Student-Instructor Ratio

 

Average class size is 20 Full-Time and 16 Part-Time students with a ratio of 8 students maximum to one instructor in clinical settings

 

 Students have assess to academic support through the Adoni  web based learning and the computer lab......  

 

Grading Criteria

 

The grading system is designed to assess student progress, acquired knowledge and skill competence

 

A student’s final standing before presentation to the Adoni Institute board of directors  for graduation is determined by achievement throughout the levels, taking into consideration evaluation measures such as classroom work, tests, laboratory work, presentations, reports, projects, supervised clinical experiences, participation, and attendance

 

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