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Training Solutions provides excellent training for you or your medical staff. Whether you are a beginner in the healthcare industry or a seasoned veteran who needs the required yearly refresher course, we have the classes for your needs!
Our Vision is to provide medical personnel with the most efficient knowledge and training skills possible to serve consumers in a health related industry.
2428 Alemda Ave, Ste 146, Norfolk, VA 23513
Jennifer Anthony-Lafa May 2022
This School is very educational and flexible to fit your schedule. The learning process will challenge you to be the best that you can be. They Staff Members are amazing, but beyond being instructors, They will guide, advice, teach and ensure you are never lost. Be prepared to study hard which will empower you to perform your duties with pride. I’m very Grateful
Chinwendu Osuji April 2022
The best program I must confess, the instructor was very good at making sure everyone understood what she was teaching. Ms. Brown is my favorite instructor and very good at impacting knowledge to every student.
Darling Nikki recommends Training Solutions. May 31, 2018 ·
"Choosing Training Solutions was one of the best decisions I have ever made in my life. From the registering process with Ms. Vega or Ms. Tracy to the class room was all straight professional. All the staff there was so friendly and willing to help with getting you in there. I'm so glad I had Ms. C. Brown as an instructor. She was very professional and patient if the class had a million questions she answered every last one with so much knowledge and depth that I knew that I was in the right place and that she REALLY knows her stuff. I love the way she encouraged us to do our best each and everyday. So if you want a career as a Medical Technician or CNA I strongly recommend Training Solutions."
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1. The first Nursing school was established in India in 250 BC.
2. The famous poet and essayist Walt Whitman served as a volunteer nurse during the Civil War in Fredericksburg, Virginia. His poem entitled “The Wound Dresser” got its theme from his nursing experience in the battlefield.
3. The nurse cap is patterned after a nun’s habit to keep the hair neatly in place. Although this clothing item has long been phased out as it is known to carry pathogens, some countries still use this as part of the female nurses’ outfit.
4. Did you know that Linda Richards was the first nurse to earn a Nursing diploma in the United States? She earned it in 1873 and the proof of her graduation is now displayed in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington
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