LPN Education and Certification in North Dakota
Before you can work as a licensed practical nurse (LPN) in North Dakota, you must obtain a license. To get a license you will first need to earn your LPN degree and pass the NCLEX-PN exam. To qualify for a license you must also be CPR certified.
The application process in this state is managed by the North Dakota Board of Nursing. There is an $85 fee associated with the license and you will be asked to provide a copy of your LPN school transcript to the board.
To continue working as an LPN here you must renew your license every two years. To qualify for license renewal you will be required to participate in 12 credit hours of continuing education classes every two years and 400 credit hours every four years. These classes may be available online.