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Nursing

Nursing is one of the most important direct care roles in any healthcare setting. Home Health Aides and Community Health Workers care for and educate people in the communities where they live. Nurse Aides, Licensed Practical Nurses and Registered Nurses care for patients in nursing homes and long-term care facilities, hospitals, clinics and physician practices, and other settings.

There are many different entry points to a Nursing career, with different educational and training requirements. The District 1199C Training & Upgrading Fund can help prepare you for many different Nursing careers.

Call or visit us today to start planning YOUR Nursing Career Pathway.

Explore the tables below to learn more.

SEMI-SKILLED POSITION
Home Health Aide 3-months (part-time) Certificate program 2,150 openings / year in the Delaware Valley
Community Health Worker 3-months (part-time) Certificate program Emerging Occupation: Help patients and neighbors manage their healthcare
ENTRY LEVEL CERTIFICATION
Nurse Aide 4-months (part-time) Prep for State registry 2,378 openings / year in the Delaware Valley
1ST LEVEL PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE
Practical Nurse 20-months (part-time) Post-secondary 1,050 openings / year in the Delaware Valley
2ND LEVEL PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE
Registered Nurse Diploma or Associate's Degree 5,916 openings / year in the Delaware Valley
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Bachelor's Degree
Master of Science in Nursing Master's Degree
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