FAQ's - READ before you Contact!


Where can I find the full schedule of classes?

Answer:  The Classes Page has a drop-down list.  There it is! :) 

What times are classes held?

Answer:  0900-1700 both days!

Where exactly are the Medical Prep classes held?

Answer:  We do not release this information to the public for security and quality control.  Once you've registered and paid for class, you will receive details approximately a month before class noting the location address and further instructions. 

Can I make payments or pay a partial course fee?

Answer:  At this time, we are only configured to receive full payments online. 

I need advice for my personal medical questions.  Will Patriot Nurse answer my questions?

Answer:  No :)  Responsible healthcare providers don't do that, especially without knowing you or your history.  Your local care provider is the proper person to talk to.  Please consult him/her.

Can I get a discount?

Answer: Sorry!  Everyone pays the same price.

Can I schedule a private class for my group?

Answer:  We teach private classes as our schedule allows in Knoxville, TN on weekdays.  Contact us through the contact page for more details.

Are children allowed in class?

Answer:  No.  Our courses are adult level material and are not suited for children.  If your minor child would like to participate in class, he or she must meet the following requirements:  A)  They will pay the same course fee as other students B)  They must be at least 13 years old  C)  They must accompany a custodial guardian who is also a student in the class.

Why don't you offer refunds inside 30 days?

Answer:  We have out of pocket costs associated with putting on a class.  This includes staff travel costs, lodging, class materials, etc.  We cannot recoup these costs once the class is a go.  It's not free to us when students cancel.  We LOSE more than just your course fee.  We are out of pocket for your class materials and expenses, and we also have lost the ability to sell that spot to another student who could have attended.  Training is a commitment.  Honor yourself and your good name by keeping your commitments.  You'll find that across the training industry, this standard is the norm.