LPN Education and Certification in Nevada
If you work as a licensed practical nurse (LPN) in Nevada you must obtain a license through the Nevada Board of Nursing. Before you can be licensed you must earn your LPN degree and pass the NCLEX-PN exam.
You will also need to become CPR certified and provide a copy of your LPN school transcript to the Nevada Board of Nursing. There is an $85 fee associated with an LPN license in this state.
In Nevada, your license must be renewed every two years. To qualify for renewal you must complete 30 credit hours of continuing education classes and take a four-hour class on bio-terrorism The board must approve the bio-terrorism class. The continuing education classes for Nevada may be available online.