answersLogoWhite
Conditions and Diseases
Academic Writing
Job Training and Career Qualifications
Education

Education and training needed to become a nurse?

001

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2009-12-19 04:16:15
2009-12-19 04:16:15

You will need to obtain an Associates Degree (2 years - ASN) which will include clinicals. Due to the emphasis on education, many nurses go on and get a Bachelor's Degree (BSN).

001
๐Ÿฆƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions


There is a lot of education and training that is required to become a prenatal nurse. You must know human anatomy and development for example.


To become a cardiac nursespecialist, or cardiovascular nurse of musteither get education and training as an RN or have a masters in cardiac medicinedo externship as an RNGo through training to become a cardiac nurse specialistdo extrenship as a cardiac nurse specialist


You have to have a 4 year education in order to become a nurse at a hospital and 8 years of school in oder to become a permanant nurse and a manger


How many years of training are necessary to become a nurse? Idk ask someone else. i got things to do. L8er


4 years of college to get registered nurse license..


nursing school and u have to become a RN first


The normal training would be an RN and several weeks of orientation.


You must go to medical school for 4years ......if yu want to be a nurse LMFAO


To become a Licensed Vocational Nurse, one needs to have a high school diploma and a certificate for completing the training program. The training program takes one year to complete.


You need at least 2 years of training on top of the 4 years of education


A nurse must go to nursing school, in order to become a nurse. A person can get an associate's degree in a nursing program and then must pass an exam to get a nursing license.


You need a bachelors degree from an accredited school majoring in nursing, you will be a registered nurse when you finish.


Anyone who goes to medical school and meets the other requirements for education and training can become a doctor. If you mean without all that, no.


Job skills needed to becomea nurse?


science is needed to be a certification nurse.


Dental Nurse Education & Training Centre


Well usually after high school you can go and study to become a RN (registered nurse) that most of the time is necassary. Then once you are a RN you can have a bit more studying that will give you good education to become a neonatal nurse. With this education you have a better chance of a high salary and a good position but in some hospitals they give you a couple moths of training without previouse knowledge but you won't have the benefits of a educated nurse would.


To become a travel nurse you will need to go through the standard schooling to become a nurse and then go on to work at least two (if not more) years in your specialty in a hospital setting. This site has tons of info on travel nursing: http://travelnursingblogs.com/


Laws have changed in the last decade. Now you must be a nurse and go to midwifery school and become licensed/certified to practice as a (nurse) midwife. it depends on where you live in Britain you do not need to be a qualified nurse to start training as a midwife


To become a nurse specializing in cardiology first you need a nursing degree. Most likely a bachelor's degree in nursing or an associate's degree in nursing. Then get some experience on the cardiology floor.


In order to be a forensic nurse you have to have a degree in nursing as well as law enforcement skills and legal training. A forensic nurse will require training in the collection of forensic evidence, criminal procedures and more. It is like being a nurse, a police detective and a lawyer all in one, but is a quickly growing field.


No, there is the registered nurse, and nurse practitioners that require advanced training and education.




The training you need to become a nurse will depend on what type of nurse you would like to become. Generally speaking, the more education you receive, the higher salary you can earn. Becoming a CNA can just take a few weeks (depending on the program), while becoming a RN can take four years, while becoming a nurse practitioner can take six or seven years.



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.