Concorde Career Institute – Arlington, TX

Concorde Career Institute Arlington

School Information

Concorde Career Institute

601 Ryan Plaza Drive, Suite 200 – Arlington, TX 76011

For-Profit School

Arlington Texas Nursing School at Concorde Career Institute

One of the fastest-growing communities in the nation, Arlington is home to the Texas Rangers, the original Six Flags, and much, much more. It is also home to Concorde Career Institute, a great place to begin or continue your career in nursing.

If you have been thinking about attending nursing school, you are most likely asking yourself questions like how much is it going to cost, how long will it take to graduate, how & where do I apply and is financial aid available?

Below is just some basic information about Concorde Career Institute’s nursing program, but if you really want to learn more, fill out the short questionnaire and someone from the Institute will contact you to talk about how to apply, scholarships, time requirements, costs and just about anything else you may need to know.

About Concorde Career Institute

Concorde Career Institute is a private school that provides career training in allied healthcare careers. It was founded in 1988, and now has twelve campuses in seven states. Their mission is to “deliver quality training that will provide employment opportunities for our graduates and enable our graduates to seek career opportunities.”

Concorde emphasizes hands on training. One of the strengths of their Practical nursing program is that much of the instruction occurs in supervised clinical situations. This is a one-year program that prepares you to take the NCLEX-PN exam and apply for a license as a licensed vocational/practical nurse.

About the Practical Nursing Program

Practical nurses provide care to patients under the supervision of registered nurses and physicians. They practice in most healthcare settings, including acute care, long term care, home health and clinics. Practical nursing practice is based on concepts from the biological, physical and behavioral sciences.

Practical nurses utilize the nursing process to assess clients, contribute information for the RN’s nursing diagnosis, plan, provide and evaluate nursing care. They work in all nursing specialties, including ob-gyn, medical-surgical nursing, emergency care, critical care, pediatrics, geriatrics, mental health nursing and home health. Practical nurses are an important member of the health care team.

At Concorde, you will gain Practical nursing skills in classroom, laboratory and clinical settings. By the time you graduate, you will be well prepared for employment as a Licensed Vocational or Practical Nurse.

After graduation, Concorde continues to assist you in your career development by helping you develop a resume, coaching you for interviews and providing career-long placement services.

Each state has its own Nurse Practice Law, which defines the role of Vocational or Practical nurses in that state. You must be licensed in the state in which you work. Most states have reciprocity with each other, which makes it easy to transfer your license from one state to another.


Concorde Career Institute is fully accredited by several well recognized accreditation institutions, including the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education, the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES) and the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

Concorde Career Institute participates in all federal student aid programs, including Pell Grants, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (SEOG), Stafford Loan Programs, Perkins Loans, and Plus Loan Programs (for parents).

Concorde’s financial aid office is available to help you find alternative ways to pay for your education. It all begins by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Forms are available at our financial aid office and at most libraries, or on the internet at

Going to School in Arlington

With over 360,000 residents, and over 6.5 million visitors each year, Arlington has become a center for family entertainment, educational excellence, cultural resources and events.

Located just minutes from downtown Fort Worth and Dallas, Arlington is home to the Texas Rangers, and is the future home of the Dallas Cowboys. In addition to professional sports, Friday night high school football is a widespread obsession with fans of all ages. Arlington High School owns the city’s only state football championship, having won it in 1951.

As with the new stadium for the Dallas Cowboys, growth and new business is everywhere in Arlington. The Arlington Highlands
development is 836,000 square-feet of retail shopping in south Arlington and will include a pedestrian-friendly greenbelt. This project alone will create roughly 4,000 new jobs and is typical of the new attractions and economic opportunity that is prevalent in Arlington.

Other attractions of the city include The Shoppes At Brownstone Village, offering over 100 boutique shops and Theatre Arlington, which has critically acclaimed productions presenting award-winning plays and musicals. You’ll also want to check out Johnnie High’s Country Music Revue, which offers family-friendly entertainment, and the chance to hear the stars of tomorrow.

A city of growth and opportunity, you’ll love going to school in Arlington!