LPN Education and Certification in Kansas
Before you can start working as a licensed practical nurse (LPN) in Kansas, you will need to obtain a license from the Kansas Board of Nursing. The first step in getting your license is earning your LPN degree and passing the NCLEX-PN exam.
After you have completed your degree program you must become CPR certified. The license application will include an $85 fee and you will be required to submit a copy of your LPN school transcript.
After you begin working as a licensed LPN you will need to renew your Kansas LPN license every two years. In order to do this, you must complete 30 credit hours of continuing education courses that are approved by the Kansas Board of Nursing.