Angeles Institute is a for-profit college located in Artesia, California in the Los Angeles Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 110 undergraduate students. The Angeles Institute acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN).
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My experience at Angeles Institute was disappointing. The "teachers" were not professors but, they were nurses with a lot of experience. Work experience does not equate to knowing how to inspire and teach the students what they need to know to be proficient and safe with patients when they get to their clinicals. They could improve simply by being more available to students who are struggling and maybe offer small group times were they could get each person one on one. This would be more beneficial then giving us self study time on their computers and requiring us to stay for hour requirements. After all, at the price tag of a private school I expected more.
All services are awesome from job prospects while in program to post graduation, plenty of alumni to seek advice from also.
So far very fast paced, but the challenge comes with plenty of support from teacher's and ancillary staff.