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What is Ladderized Nursing?

Posted on June 12, 2012 | 1 Comment

Ladderized education is a program for the students taking up Technical and Vocational Educations and Training (TVET) and Higher Education (HE). This ladderized programs aim to produce more graduates and competent workers to be of more highly efficient and successful in their fields of study. With the help of the Technical Education and Skills and Development Authority or the (TESDA), this program will surely and effectively strengthen the existing ladderized education program of the government. The good thing is that the Government and the house of Representatives has lately approved on third and final reading a bill instituting a ladderized educations for the students who takes up technical and vocational education and training.

The program according to the TESDA Director General Joel Villanueva that institutionalizing the LEP would definitely help thousands of technical and vocational education and training graduates other variety of options. The trainees and workers will enjoy the privilege and the opportunities for a possible career and educational growth, as well as make easy for them to establish of a picture perfect education and training system that gives the mobility in terms of flexible entry and exit into the education system in the country. This program will also gives the TVET students the college units and sooner or later will earn a diploma after succeeding through the TESDA’s training program and college classes.

The other ladderization program is the Practical Nursing, usually the LPN’s work in hospitals and in nursing homes. However, this is no longer the case. The LPN’s today are now being employed in different facilities and work with different people from all life’s stages.

A career as an LPN has been a promising and dedicated job. The health care programs, medical assistants, nursing aid, medication aid technician and other technical courses can be considered as a promising career for the LPN’s students. After 6 to 8 months of practical nursing education will allow the future graduates in the health related courses a diploma in practical nursing.

Being a licensed practical nurse can be a big opportunity, in today’s generation the licensed practical nurse is in great demand. It is the second largest group of health care providers in other parts of the world. They are working in a wide variety of settings and are established to be more responsible and knowledgeable than ever before. Salaries and benefits as a practical nurse are more competitive compared to other related jobs in the health care industry.

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  1. 12/10/20

    10/20/2012
    Dear Sir/Madam,
    I would like to inquire about the ladderized nursing program under TESDA, since I’m already a graduate of 6 months Medical Transcription course at the University of Perpetual Help Rizal-Molino and already taken up the TESDA NC ll Assessment and got passed the test, now I’m taking Reflexology/Massage Therapy course at Baclaran Redemptorist Skills and Livelihood Training Center and will soon to finish it can I be qualified to take the ladderized nursing program and if this is free or have a tuition fee and how much?, Kindly reply back to my email address and and if possible I want to take this course at World Citi Medical College since I’m residing at Sikatuna Vill and just one ride from there. thank you and God bless… Ms.Marivic Navarro, 0915-769-74-72.

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