But don't worry, it's not coming from students who have just failed their exams.
Instead, it's a new procedure that's all a part of Coleman's high-tech simulation lab where students are given hands-on experiences to learn what it's like working in actual hospitals.
It’s been an interesting day... 😂— Pooja Lodhia (@PoojaOnTV) December 17, 2019
I’m reporting from HCC Coleman College today! Students just graduated last night with Associate’s degrees in nursing. I’m guessing they will be prepared to work in hospitals after this kind of hands on learning! https://t.co/hmgSAtMqCw pic.twitter.com/kO7vzM9zMM
"We promote and encourage them to make every mistake that they could up here so we can help correct them," explained simulation lab technician Sarah Prial.
Coleman offers associate degrees and certificates in more than 20 health science fields. Many students go straight to work after graduating.
"I like meeting people. I love helping people. I think I've actually gained family since being in the program," said Rhonda Stubblefield, who recently graduated with an associate degree in nursing.
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