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Nursing Education.

Our mission is to provide Accessible, Affordable High-Quality Education to diverse students

Attention Prospective LPN Students! Our Morning LPN Program begins on February 5th, and enrollment is now open. If evenings are more convenient for you, our Evening LPN Program will sta in June from 4 PM to 10 PM, and enrollment is also available. Don't miss this opportunity to advance your nursing career – enroll today!

THE CANE'S VISION

Clarys Advance Nursing Education (CANE) has the vision to impart nursing education of high standards, by helping the students passing out from the institution to be able to render quality nursing care to all the patients in hospitals, and various settings in the communities by showing compassion and care.

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22375 Broderick Drive, Suite
Sterling VA 20166
Tel: 703.444.6215
Email: info@claryslpnprogram.com

Calendar

We are opening morning and evening classes in 2024.  

Early will have some discount on their resources.Our new enrollment for 2024 has started and will end on December 30th 2023. The beginning of the next class is on January the 6th for the morning and Evening.

On campus, student orientation for January 6th, 2024, morning, and evening classes.  

The orientation session requires attendance for all enrolled students because it will cover vital information on December 15th.Come to our upcoming informational LPN Program Orientation session!

Enrollment in the LPN Program course for 2024

High School Diploma or GED.We also accept International high school evaluations.You must take an Entrance exam.ATI Teas test book for preparation is available on campus (Costs $30), you can also have it onlineNo registration will be accepted after December 30th.

Beginning of the 24-25 classes.

Classes will start on January 6th, 2024, at 8 am. The program course for the academic year 2024–2025 will be held Monday through Thursday from  8 am to 2:30 pm.

APPROVALS, CERTIFICATIONS

Clarys LPN Program is institutionally Certified to Operate
by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV)
is Approved by the Virginia Board of Nursing (VBON)

NATIONAL ACCREDITATION IS NOT REQUIRED FOR THE VIRGINIA PN PROGRAM


About Us
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WELCOME NOTE

Biography of President/Director

Clarisse Bethel earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting in her home country,
Cameroun andworked in a hospital prior to coming to America in 2009. She had recently widowed at that time andwanted to provide
greater educational opportunity for her six children.

Major Accomplishments:

Once in America she changed careers and went back to school to obtain a certified nursingassistant certification,
Medication technician certification, Licensed Practical nurse, Associate degreein Nursing, Bachelor of Science in nursing, master’s degree in
nursing with emphasis in Education.She is currently finishing her Doctorate degree in Nursing Practice with emphasis in educationalleadership in
nursing. In the last 22 years, she has had a career in nursing and begun to build ahealth care business. Clarisse Bethel built a home care business called
First Healthcare LLC inMaryland in 2009, a successful business that she ran for 8 years. As an efficient nurse entrepreneur,she expands her home care business
in northern Virginia specifically in Loudoun County. Like everybusiness owner in this industry, she was faced with a nurse shortage in the county. This
drivemotivated her to open a Nurse Aide program. The school was officially opened in March 2015.Clarisse Bethel is multi-lingual.

Career and activities

She is the owner and program Director of Clarys Advance Nursing Education with diverse programssuch as Nurse Aide, Medication Technician certification and LPN.

Interesting Facts:

Her Nurse Aide Program was the first Private Nursing School in the county of Loudoun. Theprogram was awarded the Best of 2019 Educational Institutions. She is working on bringing moreprograms to the institution for the best care for our county seniors and residents.

Get in touch with us.

You can Call Us:

Telephone: (703) 444 - 6215

You can Email Us:

Email: info@claryslpnprogram.com

Or you can visit our Main Campus

22375 Broderick Drive, Suite
Sterling VA 20166

You can visit our website

Website: www.claryslpnprogram.com

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MISSION, VISION, AND PHILOSOPHY STATEMENT
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MISSION, VISION, AND PHILOSOPHY STATEMENT

Our Mission

Clarys Advance Nursing Education (CANE) school is a License Practical Program (LPN) that providesAccessible, Affordable High-Quality Education to diverse students for the development of practical nursingat all entries of practice. The mission will be accomplished through:Innovative Programs that reflect the needs and Current Trends in Health Care of NeighboringCommunities not only at Loudoun County but also at the Wider Northern Virginia Geographic Regions.Provision of the Commonwealth State of the art health care and serve as a resource for the surroundingand global communities.

Our Vision

Our vision is to impart nursing education of high standard so that the students passing out from ourinstitute will be able to render quality nursing care to all the clients in the hospital, community, and thevarious settings such nursing and school, industry etc. with compassion and care.

Our Philosophy

The faculty of the practical nursing program endorses the mission, philosophy, and goals of Daytona State College. The nursing faculty believes the practical nurse is a valuable member of the health care team anda vital contributor to clients physical, mental, and social well-being. The faculty hold certain beliefs concerning the characteristics of the nurse, individual, teaching/ learning process, and practical nursing education. The faculty beliefs as defined below are used as a foundation for the development of the practical nursing curriculum

● Nurse

The nurse assists the individual, sick or well, in those activities that contribute to the promotion, maintenance, restoration of health, or a peaceful death. Health is a state of physical, mental, and social wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease.

Individual All human beings, by their very existence, are unique individuals worthy of privacy, dignity, and respect. All persons have common basic needs and functions within the context of society, which includes the family, significant other, and community. Human Needs Theory provides the basis for the belief that a state of wellbeing exists when basic needs are satisfied. The nurse and client create a health promoting and healing environment where basic needs are satisfied.

● Teaching and Learning

Education is a continuous process of acquiring new knowledge and skills, which increasingly improve reasoning and judgmental abilities. Practical nursing education, then, must be a series of carefully planned experiences by which the student acquires knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to perform in the role of a practical nurse.
Communication is central to client care and maintenance of professional relationships with members of the health care team.
The Practical nurse provides direct care for clients who have uncomplicated, well defined health problems and needs; utilizes an established nursing care plan to provide direct patient; and is responsible and accountable for the care of his or her own client under the supervision of a registered nurse or physician.

● Nursing Education

Learning is a behavioral change and requires active interaction between instructor and learner. The purpose of the instructor is to serve as a role model and a learning facilitator. As a facilitator, the teacher establishes the program of learning and creates an environment to foster student inquiry and developmentof logical thought processes. The teacher uses a variety of learning methods and encourages students to assume primary responsibility for his/her learning by participating actively in the learning process. The practical nursing faculty is committed to providing quality instruction, guidance, and opportunities for student success. Evaluation is a systematic continuous process used to measure student achievement of objectives and instructor effectiveness. The process should reflect and emphasize a positive approach. Self-evaluation is encouraged. The process challenges students and instructors toward greater progress and personal growth. Students have a right to question, make suggestions, and voice their concerns.

Get in touch with us.

You can Call Us:

Telephone: (703) 444 - 6215

You can Email Us:

Email: info@claryslpnprogram.com

Or you can visit our Main Campus

22375 Broderick Drive, Suite
Sterling VA 20166

You can visit our website

Website: www.claryslpnprogram.com

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List of staff/faculty
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List of staff/faculty

Chief Executive Officer/President Clarisse Bethel RN, BSN, MSN, DNP

1. Administrators

● Assistant Director of Education
● Clinical Director
● Skills-Simulation Director
● Student Academic Support
● Director of Compliance

2. Faculty

● Clarisse Bethel
● Charlotte
● Delphin

CLINICAL AFFILIATION
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CLINICAL AFFILIATION

Clarys Advance Nursing Education, has clinical Affiliation with


● Dulles Health and Rehab Center, Dulles, VA
● Potomac Falls Health and Rehab, Sterling, VA
● Heritage Hall Healthcare
● Lansdowne Heights Memories Care
● Tall oaks Assisted Living
● Wellington at Lake Manassas
● Family Practice-SDM 1 Stop Primary & Urgent Care
● Dr. Tchabo Obstetrics & Gynecology
● Kiddie Academic of Leesburg

Practical Nursing Program
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Practical Nursing Program


Program Overview

Students in the CANE Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Program are taught how to use the nursing process tocollect and organize pertinent health care data, as well as to aid in the identification of clients' health needs and issues across the life span in a variety of settings. Under appropriate supervision, the entrylevel licensed practical nurse is prepared to coordinate and provide care while contributing to the plan for nursing interventions to meet the needs of clients with predictable health problems that occur during the life span. Graduates of the LPN Program earn a Diploma and are eligible to sit for the LPN licensure examination (NCLEX-PN). Upon successful completion, graduates are eligible to take the NEXT GEN, NCLEX-PN, a test that is necessary for you to begin your career as an LPN. Those seeking admission to the LPN Program should select a petitioner category as their program for admission at the school.


End-of-Program Student Learning Outcomes

Clarys Advance Nursing Education uses the following student learning outcomes to measure student achievement.

1. Provide safe, quality, evidence-based, patient-centered nursing care to restore, promote, and maintain physical and mental health wellbeing throughout the lifespan in a variety healthcare setting.
2. Integrate clinical judgment and critical thinking (Next Gen) patient preferences in planning, implementing by providing patient-centered care, decisions making and evaluate the outcomes.
3. Incorporate effective communication skills, collaborate with the interprofessional, implement a team work to contribute to the nursing perspective and optimize patient outcomes.
4. Demonstrate skills in using patient care technologies, learning systems, and communication devices that support safe, effective nursing practice.
5. Incorporate accountability for personal and professional behaviors that demonstrate the nursing standards of moral, legal, and ethical guidelines within the scope of practice.

Tuberculosis (TB)

● Students must attach documentation/proof (signed by the healthcare provider) to the “School of Nursing Immunization Form.”
● PPD skin tests are required annually. Students must submit updated PPD results throughout the nursing program.
● Positive PPD Skin Test Result Guidelines:

If a nursing student has a positive PPD result, a clinical evaluation (a review of symptoms for active TB) must be conducted by a healthcare provider.
If the review of symptoms indicates active TB, the student must submit documentation that he/she has begun an appropriate plan of treatment.
If the review of symptoms indicates inactive TB, the student must submit documentation from his/her healthcare provider that verifies this determination
If the review of symptoms indicates inactive TB, the student must submit documentation from his/her healthcare provider that verifies this determination.
A clinical evaluation is required annually for students whose PPD test results are positive but do not have active TB.
Nursing students with active TB may not attend clinical experiences.
A QuantiFERON-TB Gold Test is acceptable in place of a PPD skin test.

Tetanus

● Students are considered compliant if they have received either the Diphtheria/Tetanus or the Tdap (Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis) vaccination within the last 10 years.
● If a student’s tetanus vaccine expires while in the nursing program, he/she must get the vaccination again and submit documentation.
● Documentation/proof of this immunization is not required. Self-reported dates will be accepted.
● A student will be deemed exempt from the Tetanus vaccine requirement if:

He/she indicates on the “School of Nursing Immunization Form” that religious reasons prevent them from receiving the immunization; and
He/she is allergic to the immunization.

Varicella (Chickenpox)

● Students can prove immunity to Varicella by filling in the month; day and year they had the disease -OR- by documenting that they received two doses of the Varicella vaccine (CDC recommendation, June 2007) on the “School of Nursing Immunization Form.”
● Documentation/proof of this immunization is not required. Self-reported dates will be accepted.
● A student will be deemed exempt from the Varicella immunization requirement if:

He/she indicates on the “School of Nursing Immunization Form” that religious reasons prevent them from receiving the immunization; and
He/she is allergic to the immunization.

Influenza (Flu Shot)

● Students are required to have a flu shot every year. Documentation/proof must be submitted.

Flu shot attestation form will be completed

● A student will be deemed exempt from the Influenza immunization requirement if:ted.

He/she indicates on the “School of Nursing Immunization Form” that religious reasons prevent them from receiving the immunization.
He/she is allergic to the immunization.
He/she submits a “Declination of Influenza Vaccination” form (available from institution).

IMMUNIZATION DOCUMENTATION GUIDELINES

● On official letterhead or stationery
● Signed by a healthcare provider; and
● Includes all information required on the “School of Nursing Immunization Form” related to the immunization.

Your complete application package will require supplemental forms and documents to go along with your application. Examples might include your high school transcript, letters of recommendation, transcripts from universities/colleges attended, etc. Materials that you supply can be prepared before you apply. For the Application, these supplementary items can be sent directly to the school.

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Admission

Apply Now

To apply to Clarys Advance Nursing Education (CANE), select the appropriate program application. If you have any difficulty accessing the online application,
please contact our office for assistance on 703.444.6215


● How to apply

Whether you are a graduating high school senior, undergraduate student, graduate student, or an international student, your first step to joining the CANE begins here.No matter what type of student you are, certain information and application materials are required.

Application Fees

U.S. citizens and permanent residents pay a $75 application fee. All application fees are non-refundable.

Admission Requirements
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Admission

Admission Requirements

To apply to Clarys Advance Nursing Education (CANE), select the appropriate program application. If you have any difficulty accessing the online application,
please contact our office for assistance on 703.444.6215


● Students must be at least 18 years of age or older
● Valid Identification card [Driver’s license, state ID, Passport]
● Social Security card
● Valid CPR (American Heart Association) Offered on institutional campus.
● Hepatitis B (if needed by clinical agency)
● High school diploma/GED
● Pre-screening entrance exam ($50)
● Admission interview with the Program Director or admissions staf
● Three personal references
● Physical examination record (not more than 6 months from time of entry)
● Documentation of required immunizations including annual TB Skin Test or Chest X-Ray, MMR,
Varicella Titer, Hepatitis B Vaccines, DTAP, Tetanus, Flu shots (October – March and sign flu
shot attestation form).
● Criminal Background check by CANE ($50)
● Drug screening at time of admission and whenever it deems necessary.

MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS

For students enrolled in the Practical Nursing program, all medical requirements are due prior to starting the first PN course.

Other Programs
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Other Programs



PRACTICAL NURSING MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS

Student will provide a physical examination (not more than 6 months from time of entry); and
Student will provide documentation of required immunizations including annual TB Skin Test or Chest X-Ray, MMR, Varicella Titer, Hepatitis B Vaccine Series, Tetanus, Flu shots (October – March and sign flu shot attestation form).

MMR (Measles/Mumps/Rubella)

● All students born on or after January 1, 1957 must have two doses of the measles immunization or two doses of the MMR immunization. There should be a minimum of 30 days between doses;
● Students must provide the month, day and year they received the immunizations on the “School of Nursing Immunization Form;” and
Documentation/proof of this immunization is not required. Self-reported dates will be accepted.
A student will be deemed exempt from the MMR immunization requirement if:

He/she indicates on the “School of Nursing Immunization Form” that religious reasons prevent them from receiving the immunization.
He/she is allergic to the immunization; and
He/she was born before January 1, 1957 (age exemption).

Hepatitis B

● Students must have at least the first dose of the Hepatitis B immunization series before entering clinical. You must get your third dose approximately 6 months after your second dose.
● The School of Nursing recommends that the three doses are received with minimum spacing of initial, 1 month and 6-month intervals. Intervals greater than these are also acceptable.
● addition to filling in the month, day and year each Hepatitis B immunization was received, students must also attach documentation “School of Nursing Immunization Form.”
● A student will be deemed exempt from the Tetanus vaccine requirement if:


He/she indicates on the “School of Nursing Immunization Form” that religious reasons prevent them from receiving the immunization; and
He/she is allergic to the immunization.

Tuberculosis (TB)

● Students must attach documentation/proof (signed by the healthcare provider) to the “School of Nursing Immunization Form.”
● PPD skin tests are required annually. Students must submit updated PPD results throughout the nursing program.
● Positive PPD Skin Test Result Guidelines:

If a nursing student has a positive PPD result, a clinical evaluation (a review of symptoms for active TB) must be conducted by a healthcare provider.
If the review of symptoms indicates active TB, the student must submit documentation that he/she has begun an appropriate plan of treatment.
If the review of symptoms indicates inactive TB, the student must submit documentation from his/her healthcare provider that verifies this determination
If the review of symptoms indicates inactive TB, the student must submit documentation from his/her healthcare provider that verifies this determination.
A clinical evaluation is required annually for students whose PPD test results are positive but do not have active TB.
Nursing students with active TB may not attend clinical experiences.
A QuantiFERON-TB Gold Test is acceptable in place of a PPD skin test.

Tetanus

● Students are considered compliant if they have received either the Diphtheria/Tetanus or the Tdap (Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis) vaccination within the last 10 years.
● If a student’s tetanus vaccine expires while in the nursing program, he/she must get the vaccination again and submit documentation.
● Documentation/proof of this immunization is not required. Self-reported dates will be accepted.
● A student will be deemed exempt from the Tetanus vaccine requirement if:

He/she indicates on the “School of Nursing Immunization Form” that religious reasons prevent them from receiving the immunization; and
He/she is allergic to the immunization.

Varicella (Chickenpox)

● Students can prove immunity to Varicella by filling in the month; day and year they had the disease -OR- by documenting that they received two doses of the Varicella vaccine (CDC recommendation, June 2007) on the “School of Nursing Immunization Form.”
● Documentation/proof of this immunization is not required. Self-reported dates will be accepted.
● A student will be deemed exempt from the Varicella immunization requirement if:

He/she indicates on the “School of Nursing Immunization Form” that religious reasons prevent them from receiving the immunization; and
He/she is allergic to the immunization.

Influenza (Flu Shot)

● Students are required to have a flu shot every year. Documentation/proof must be submitted.

Flu shot attestation form will be completed

● A student will be deemed exempt from the Influenza immunization requirement if:ted.

He/she indicates on the “School of Nursing Immunization Form” that religious reasons prevent them from receiving the immunization.
He/she is allergic to the immunization.
He/she submits a “Declination of Influenza Vaccination” form (available from institution).

IMMUNIZATION DOCUMENTATION GUIDELINES

● On official letterhead or stationery
● Signed by a healthcare provider; and
● Includes all information required on the “School of Nursing Immunization Form” related to the immunization.

Your complete application package will require supplemental forms and documents to go along with your application. Examples might include your high school transcript, letters of recommendation, transcripts from universities/colleges attended, etc. Materials that you supply can be prepared before you apply. For the Application, these supplementary items can be sent directly to the school.

3. Other Programs (link to the website www. Claryscnatraining.com)

Tuition and finances
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Students

Tuition and finances

TERM I

Total Cost for the term 6, 354

Tuition

$ 4,334

Drugs tes

$ 50

Entrance Examination

$ 65

Resource/Technology/Book Fee

$ 600

Liability Insurance Fee

$ 36

Nursing in a Bag fee

$ 300

ATI package

$ 875

TERM II

Total Cost for the term 6, 646

Tuition

4,900

Liability Insurance Fee

53

Resource/Technology/Book Fee

554

Clinical fee CPR

$ 70

Lab & Equipment Fee

$ 400

ATI package

$ 875

TERM III

Total Cost for the term 4,770

Tuition

3, 766

Liability Insurance Fee

36

Resource/Technology/Book Fee

582

Lab & Equipment Fee

386

Total

17, 770

OTHER EXPENSES

Background Check

$ 50

Uniforms

$ 110

Graduation Fee

$ 275

Library and resources
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Students

Library and resources