Career Development is a for-profit college located in Los Angeles, California. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 94 undergraduate students. The Career Development acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN).
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Job opportunities with the school itself but not outside. The school was able to bring in speakers and send us on field trip, expect it was most of the time in our expensive. Work load very acceptable! and the more you do the better. The site not great but they are changing so that's good. Instructors let after months of working here so i think that says something.
I learned so much at CDI. The team was fantastic. Everyone cares and wants us to succeed. Wasn't easy but totally worth it. Clinicals were so cool. Overall, it's really challenging in a good way. Passing the NCLEX wasn't easy. It was like the SATS all over again. I'm now working on my LVN to RN bridge program. Got a few years in as an LVN. Earned my stripes and now I'm ready to move up that hospital ladder. CDI gave me the tools to be a great nurse.
This school is good, very fast paced and In all honesty is academically ok. You'll learn but sometimes it can be a bit disorganized. And once in clinicals you'll have to manage your time and study harder 😃