Valid California license as a Registered Nurse. Vocational Nurse, or Psychiatric Technician program or in a regionally accredited post-licensure program. Or II Experience: by the Board of Registered Nursing and the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric
Registered nursing program 2. Vocational nursing program 3. Psychiatric technician program 4. Military services medical training 5. RN, LVN or Psy Tech license from another country or U.S. state Request approval from California Department of Public Health (CDPH) 1. Complete
Yes No Have you ever applied to a Bakersfield College Nursing Program? Yes Failure to have transcripts evaluated will result in ineligibility to the Bakersfield College ADN Program. California LVN ** The Bureau of Vocational Nurse and Psychiatric Technician Examiners requires
TO BE COMPLETED BY THE REGISTERED NURSE (RN) RESPONSIBLE If the applicant is presently in (or completed) a Registered Nurse, Licensed Vocational Nurse, or Licensed Psychiatric Technician program or has medical training in military services; the California Department of Public Health
Psychiatric Technician Program Selection Criteria/Random Draw: 1. of a physician, psychiatrist or a registered nurse. Licensed Psychiatric Technicians are recognized throughout California. Most use their training in state hospitals,
March 2009 PSYCHIATRIC TECHNICIAN PROGRAM Course Articulation for Yuba College Students . Transferring to Santa Rosa Junior College . For Spring 2010
Scope of practice of any registered nurse practitioner or any other licensed nurse. SUBCHAPTER 2 – ARKANSAS STATE BOARD OF NURSING . SECTION. Each licensed practical nurse Board member or licensed psychiatric technician nurse Board member shall
Licensing Requirements Page 2 of 4 10/2012 If you are licensed as a psychiatric technician, you may be eligible for Colorado licensure by endorsement.
Means a registered nurse, licensed psychiatric technician. Staffing for care not requiring a licensed nurse is not included within these ratios and shall be determined pursuant to the patient classification system.