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  1. 1. Are You A Match?  Do you enjoy working in the healthcare setting?  Do you enjoy one on one interaction with others?  Do you enjoy learning about the body, how it works, and what happens when a person gets sick and how to treat that illness?
  2. 2. Program Description  The Practical Nursing program is a 4 semester (excluding core), full-time, day program offered on Moultrie Industrial Drive Campus and the Tifton Campus.  The Practical Nursing Program prepares the students for the NCLEX-PN for licensure as Practical Nurse.  Reference http://www.sos.georgia.gov for more details on licensure in the state
  3. 3. Employment  Opportunities: There are endless job opportunities available as a Licensed Practical Nurse, to include: Physician Offices, Nursing Homes, Hospitals, Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Travel Nursing  Job Placement: Practical Nursing graduates are employed in field. To see current placement rates, please see the Disclosure slide and click on the link.  Salary: The following are estimates based on employment trends in this area. $12.00-$15.00 per hour depending on place of employment and shift.
  4. 4. Competitive Admission Requirements Based on the following…. 1. Core class grades (completed before Competitive Process) 2. Mandatory orientation (offered twice a year) 3. PSB Exam (explained at mandatory orientation)
  5. 5. Additional Program Requirements Clinical: Located at various hospitals, local long term care facilites, Various physicians’ offices, Health Department, Green Oaks, Southwestern State Hospital. Our clinical days are typically Wednesday and Thursdays. Clinical hours are from 6:30 am to 4:00 pm. Clinical hours will vary depending on the site.
  6. 6. Additional Program Requirements  Uniforms: Approximate cost $120.00-$200.00  Pre-Clinical Requirements: Random Drug and Alcohol Screen on instructors command, physical exam, TB skin test, Up-to-date immunizations and criminal background check. Note: these tests are only valid for one year. Approximate cost is $500 (including immunizations that are necessary)  Licensing Exam Fees: $250.00 due during 4th semester for NCLEX exam review course. $290.00 for NCLEX-PN exam, background check for Board and license due 4th semester.
  7. 7. Timeline  How often we register?  You can register for core courses any semester. The program courses begin every Fall and Spring on Moultrie Campus and the Tifton Campus.  What is the procedure to register each semester?  Contact your program advisor through e-mail or in person during new student registration day or pre-registration week.  How often is the competitive admission process?  Competitive Admissions for the Practical Nursing program courses occur in the Fall and Spring each year for the Moultrie and Tifton Campuses (effective July 2010).
  8. 8. Timeline  When should core courses be completed?  Prior to entering occupational courses.  Must go through competitive process to get to the Occupational courses  How long does it take to complete my core?  Minimum of 2 semesters.(**reference program page to view course descriptions for core courses.)  What do my grades have to be in order to be successful in the Practical Nursing courses?  The PNSG occupational courses are the basis of your nursing knowledge and in order to be successful on the NCLEX –PN, you must get the most out of these courses. In order to progress through the program, a student must achieve a 75% overall average in each PNSG course.  How long does it take to complete the program (minus core)?  4 semesters
  9. 9. Diploma/Degrees/Certificates Name of diploma/degree/etc Credit hours Offerings (online/day/evening) Practical Nursing 60 Day/Core Online
  10. 10. General Fees  One time application fee  Transcript requests  Late registration fees  Fees, by term, as follows:  Tuition is based on $89 per credit hour ($1,335 for 15 hours or more)  Registration fee of $50  Activity fee of $24  Technology fee of $105  Insurance of $4  Instructional fee of $50 Check with financial aid concerning your financial support eligibility. Check our website for the most recent tuition costs and general fee costs. This link will take you to the most current fee schedule: http://www.moultrietech.edu/admissions/tuition.php. Part of your tuition may be covered by HOPE and Pell grants if you eligible. Check with financial aid concerning your financial support eligibility.
  11. 11. Prerequisite Course Fees  Each semester you are registered as a student completing your core for program admissions, you will be subject to the semester fees listed on the Total Estimated Program Costs slide.  You will also be required to pay for books, equipment, and supply fees that exceed your financial support from HOPE and Pell grant.  Book/supplies prices will vary depending on courses registered and on up to date publisher pricing.
  12. 12. Total Estimated Program Costs Books/Supplies/Uniforms/ Semester Certifications/ Licenses 1st Semester $1200 ($800 for books) 2nd Semester $300 3rd Semester $200 4th Semester $700 **The above costs are estimates and do not include the additional general fees listed on the General Fees slide. Check with financial aid concerning your financial support eligibility. These estimated fees are subject to change without prior notice.
  13. 13. Frequently Asked Questions  When do I need to attend the Mandatory Orientation?  Students should attend the Mandatory Orientation in either summer or fall semesters. They should complete their core courses in summer or fall semester or have completed their core courses when they attend.  Why is there a competitive process for nursing?  Our program must follow the LPN Board Rules for educational programs. According to rule 400-3-08, there can be no more than 10 students per instructor in the clinical setting. This number allows for better instructional time for each student and the best possible clinical experiences.
  14. 14. Frequently Asked Questions  What is the PSB exam?  This is an entrance exam that tests knowledge in several areas including science, reading comprehension and math. Student Services has more information regarding this exam.  How do I study for the PSB exam?  Student Services has information regarding the PSB exam. They also have an information sheet with practice questions that will be handed out in the Mandatory Orientation. To ensure you are rested and ready for the exam, get a good night’s sleep the night before. Eat breakfast or lunch before taking the exam (depending on your appointment time).
  15. 15. Practical Nursing Disclosure  http://www.slideshare.net/moultrietech/mtc-practical- nursing-diploma-program-disclosure-information
  16. 16. Instructor Angela Bullard, R.N. , BSN Director Practical Nursing Program  Campus/office #: Tifton Campus, Allied Health Building B-115  Office hours: Posted by office door, call or email for an appointment  E-mail: abullard@moultrietech.edu  Phone:229-391-2637
  17. 17. Instructor Linda Huggins, R.N.  Campus/office #: Tifton Campus, Allied Health Building B-113  Office hours: Posted by office door, call or email for an appointment  E-mail: lhuggins@moultrietech.edu  Phone:229-391-6955 As set forth in its student catalog, Moultrie Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, genetic information, veteran status, or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). Lisa Newton, Title IX Equity Coordinator and ADA/Section 504 Coordinator - 229.217.4132 800 Veterans Parkway North, Moultrie, GA 31788 Moultrie Technical College is a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia.
  18. 18. Instructor Lorie Knight Barrow, R.N., BA, MS  Campus/office #: D216, Health Sciences Building, VPC  Office hours: Varies due to clinical please email for office hours  E-mail: lbarrow@moultrietech.edu  Phone:229-217-4177
  19. 19. Instructor Ruth Crockett, R.N., BSN  Campus/office #: D246, Health Sciences Building, VPC  Office hours: Vary due to clinical hours, times posted outside classroom door Please email or call to set up an appointment  E-mail: rcrockett@moultrietech.edu  Phone:229-217-4175
  20. 20. As set forth in its student catalog, Moultrie Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, religion, disability, age, political affiliation or belief, genetic information, veteran status, or citizenship status (except in those special circumstances permitted or mandated by law). Lisa Newton, Title IX Equity Coordinator and ADA/Section 504 Coordinator - 229.217.4132 800 Veterans Parkway North, Moultrie, GA 31788 A unit of the Technical College System of Georgia

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