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PSI offer the Medical Assistant, Practical Nurse program and Physical Therapy Assistant training. Every curriculum have their own hallway with their set of classes. We all share the library and student lounge but there is not to many studerts in day time, so everyone is pretty comfortable. The process of attending PSI is fairly easy, just maybe a little long. You have to take a test to get into the school.
Learning to become a practical nurse is something I always wanted to do. Being at PSI, adjusting to my learning environment, I find that the course load is pretty heavy but the teachers help you through it to break it down. I cant say that its not challenging but No pain, cant gain. Upon finishing at PSI i will be ready to enter the real world with a promising career.
Learning medical terminology, math (medication) human anothomy, are my favorite experiences the instructor was very knowledgable about each class she teaches. Definately would attend and refer someone.