VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/27/13 -- Practical Nursing graduates from CDI College in Richmond, Surrey and Vancouver can proudly enter the healthcare field thanks to their recent success on the Canadian Practical Nursing Registration Examination (CPRNE) in May. Once again, grads surpassed the national average for first time writers, with graduates from the Vancouver campus achieving a 100% pass rate.
"The Practical Nursing grads from CDI College have a lot to be proud of," says Larry Heinzlmeir, VP of Marketing at CDI College. "Through their hard work and dedication, they've developed the skills, knowledge and competencies to become productive members of any healthcare team. We wish them the best of luck in their future careers!"
The Practical Nursing program at CDI College provides students with the hands-on training they need to enter the fast-paced healthcare field. Finding work in hospitals, doctors' offices, schools, group homes and other settings, Practical Nursing grads are able to help citizens maintain, and build on, their health and wellness.
Courses in the Practical Nursing program introduce students to topics like pharmacology, health promotion, professional practice, communication and much more. Through a series of practicum placements in real healthcare settings, students are able to put their knowledge into practice before graduation.
For more information about CDI College, visit cdicollege.ca, or join in on the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
About CDI College
CDI College, Canada's leader in career training, has been helping students achieve career goals and aspirations for more than 40 years. With 25 campus locations across Canada, CDI College offers more than 50 industry-influenced diploma programs in the fields of business, technology, healthcare, early childhood education, legal studies and art and design. CDI College's practical, hands-on learning experiences prepare students to enter the working world with the skills they need to succeed.
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