To become a midwife you must undergo a 32 month vocational training program, or an 18 month nurseconversion course (on top of the 32 month nurse training course). Thus midwives potentially could have had up to 5 years of total training. ===================================== In the UK, you can do a 3 year course to become a midwife (RM). It used to be that you had to be a registered nurse (RGN) first and then do an 18 month course to become a midwife. You no longer have to do this, although a Registered Nurse (Adult) can still do a conversion course to be dual registered as a Midwife.
The amount of time it takes to become a nurse anesthetist varies, however, it's typically in the range of 7 to 8 years. The official title is Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist.
I think you are referring to "Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist" (CRNA). You can learn more about this highly respected profession by visiting: www.aana.com
Certified Nurse Assistant training usually lasts ten to twelve weeks.
about 4 years in total
up to about 6 years
A certified midwife in Jamaica has a salary between $87,000 and $94,000 a year. Depending on where a person works and how long they've been there, the salary may be higher or lower.
18 months if you are already a registered nurse or 3 years direct entry.
how many years of college to become a trauma nurse
Usually to become a nurse it takes 5-6 years.
well if you don't have any qualifications than you will have to start with acourse at college called access to nursing for a year if full-time. search for a college that give these course access to nursing. than when you pass you will than go on to university where you will spend three years of training until you a qualified. It depends on what kind of midwife you want to be. In the U.S., all 50 states license certified nurse-midwives. These midwives have master's degrees in nursing. A bachelor's in nursing usually takes 4 years, and the master's is usually another 2 years. Some states also license certified professional midwives, sometimes called direct-entry or lay midwives. Check your states licensing regulations if you prefer non-nurse midwifery. Some of these midwives go to schools, and the program length varies, and others apprentice with an experienced midwife, which is probably the longest route to becoming a midwife.
I graduated from High School back in the 1980's and never went to college. I worked as a CNA and recently went to Phlebotomy school and became certified. I want to know what I need to do if I went back to college to become a registered nurse?
IT takes 18 to 24 months to become a licensed practical nurse (LPN).
4 years to be a school nurse...
triple science might give you more of a head start but it isn't necessary as long as you get a b in double science you can study science at college which is needed to be a midwife or nurse hope this is helpful
In order to become an OB nurse, you need to have your bachelor's degree. You need to go to school for four years to get the degree.
to become a registered nurse most go to college for about 4 years
Some hospitals offer certified nurse assistant training, although rare. Long-term care facilities and nursing homes offer more CNA training options than hospitals.
Contact local SCUBA or PADI for info or go to Cancun and pay $500 for a 3 day course to become certified
usually 2 years
This depends where on the planet you grow your stuff.
Certified Medical Assistant takes 2 years.
It will take up to 2 years depending on the program. You will then be a certified dog trainer.
A CNA program is usually 6-12 weeks long.