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Dr. Tracy McClelland, Nursing Visionary and President of Nursing Success System, Reveals the Secrets to Becoming a Successful Nursing Entrepreneur
Date:1/18/2013

Douglas, GA (PRWEB) January 18, 2013

Tracy McClelland, Nursing Leader, Public Speaker, Visionary and Co-Author of Jump Start Your Success, and Author of the #1 training guide, How to Own and Operate Your Own Health Career Training Center, is excited to kick off the Nursing Success System's HTC 4-Day Certification Course for Nursing Entrepreneurs across the country.

The Nursing Success System is packed with information revealing how Registered Nurses can become successful nursing entrepreneurs by launching their own Healthcareer Training Centers. This proven blueprint has helped hundreds of RN's become CEO's of their own successful companies. Now a Registered Nurse can become a Certified Healthcareer Training Coordinator™ in just 4 short days and increase earning potential by 40-50 percent.

After working as a RN for 12 years, Tracy McClelland launched the first Healthcareer Training Center in Georgia in 2006. With the success of this training center, Tracy decided to share her entrepreneurial secrets by offering certification classes for nurses to start a profitable 7-figure nursing business. The Nursing Success System effectively teaches nurses how to apply their current skills to open a Healthcareer Training Center in their own community. This proven system is designed to deliver education, training, and networking opportunities to Registered Nurses who are looking to take that next big step in their careers.

With the Nursing Success System, Registered Nurses will earn credentials administered by Health Career Center University to become a Certified Healthcareer Training Coordinator. Upon certification, RN's will be able to launch a successful training center. Step-by-step, Tracy walks RN's through
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