How much training is there to become an RN?
RN training takes one to two years longer than LVN training an goes more in depth into nursing skills. LVN's learn basic nursing skills like taking vitals and handling patients. RNs have greater responsibility and more involvement with complex medical procedures. RN training prepares them for this. LVN training is more introductory than RN training. RN training builds on the skills you learn as LVN.
In order to become a paramedic if you are already an RN then you will need these documents, copy of current RN license, documentation of your original training, documentation of colmpletion of field internship, and it is recommended to complete these courses: ACLS, BCLS, PHTLS/BTLS and PEPP/PALS . Altogether cost will run you $130.
To become an RN you can: 1. Try to get into an ADN (Associates Degree in Nursing) program which will last for 2 years. Then you can take the NCLEX-RN pass and become an licesned ADN-RN. YEAH!!! 2. Complete all of the prerequisite college courses and make a B or better in those courses, to enter a BSN (Bach. of Science in Nursing) program. Take the NCLEX-RN and pass to become a BSN-RN, who has…