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Providing relevant experience to make you competitive in today’s healthcare workforce

National Nursing Institute delivers intensive, hands-on training and programs in a dynamic and professional environment where students can learn communication skills, interpersonal skills, and broad-based career-based education. We offer a series of classes that explore nursing theories, medical conditions, and hands-on clinical applications.

It is our goal to provide high-quality training and education from elite medical professionals to produce skilled and knowledgeable healthcare professionals.


Prospect students must comply with the following requirements to enroll:

1. Present a Valid picture ID
2. Present a High School diploma or GED. Prospective students that do not possess a high school diploma or GED must pass a Wonderlic Ability to Benefit Test (ATB) administered by a qualified ATB Official. Minimum passing scores are 200 for Verbal and 210 for Quantitative.
3. Present proof they have passed a recent criminal background check.
4. In order to qualify for enrollment, a one-on-one appointment with one of the school admissions representatives is required. During the one-on-one appointment, the admission representative will provide advisement services to assist the student in planning and completing the occupational education program for enrollment.
5. Documentation from another country must be accompanied by the corresponding translation and evaluation by a Florida-approved agency or individual. For a listing of approved translators, visit the American Translators Association www.atanet.org. For an approved list of evaluators, visit the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services www.naces.org
6. Applicants who are at least 17 but younger than 18 years of age may enroll in any program under parental or legal guardian consent. A parent or legal guardian is required to sign the Enrollment Agreement.
7. Applicants for the Medical Assistant and Patient Care Technician programs must also present a medical clearance for all communicable diseases.

Anti-Discrimination Policy

National Nursing Institute is committed to providing all students with a safe and supportive school environment. Members of the school community are expected to treat each other with respect. Teachers and other staff members are expected to teach and to demonstrate by example that all members of the community are entitled to respect.
Harassment of a student by another student or by a teacher or other staff member is a violation of school policy. This includes (but is not limited to) harassment based on race, national origin, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, financial status, or disability where a person is otherwise qualified or could be with reasonable accommodation.

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We aim to provide you with the education and training you need to become a successful healthcare provider. Contact us to learn more!