Nursing Unlimited Health Career Training School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin in its administration of educational policy and admissions policy. An applicant must be 18 years of age to enroll in the school.
All students must demonstrate competency in reading and writing English by achieving a score of 70% or better on Nursing Unlimited Health Career Training School’s Competency Exam. Students unable to demonstrate this required competency will be encouraged to enroll in a county public school ESOL program. The student may choose to be refunded their complete tuition at that time (see cancellation policy, page 28). Upon completion of the ESOL program, the student may return to enroll in the program of their choice.
Students enrolling must be physically able to perform the required functions for successful completion of the program. This includes sitting, standing, stooping, kneeling and lifting 25 lbs.
Nursing Unlimited Health Career Training School does not grant credit or advanced standing for previous education or training. Previous education must be proved only when registering for the Nursing Assistant Review course. This proof shall consist of certificates or diplomas from approved schools in the field of healthcare.
Reasons for denying admission to any prospective student shall be documented and kept on file for at least one year.
The purpose of Nursing Unlimited Health Career Training School is to enable our students to acquire both the knowledge and the practical skills necessary to obtain gainful employment and to achieve their career goals within the healthcare industry.
Nursing Unlimited Health Career Training School continuously strives to provide an effective learning environment and opportunities for students interested in vocational training in the health care industry.
Our mission is to ensure continuous quality improvement in all areas in order to meet and exceed the needs of our students and the community at large.