LPN Education and Certification in Hawaii
To work as a licensed practical nurse (LPN) in Hawaii you will need to be licensed by the Hawaii Board of Nursing. The first step in qualifying for a license is earning your LPN degree. After you have finished your degree program you must pass the NCLEX-PN exam.
The next step in obtaining your LPN license is to become CPR certified and submit an LPN license application, which includes an $85 fee and a copy of your LPN school transcript.
All professionals that hold an LPN license in Hawaii must renew their license every two years. The renewal process does not include continuing education courses, as it does in many other states.