LPN Education and Certification in Rhode Island
To work as a licensed practical nurse (LPN) in Rhode Island you will need to earn your LPN degree. After you have graduated you must pass the NCLEX-PN exam. Then you will need to become CPR certified.
When you apply to the Rhode Island Board of Nursing for an LPN license you must pay an $85 fee and provide a copy of your transcript from the LPN school you attended.
If you continue working as an LPN in this state you will need to renew your license every two years. The Rhode Island Board of Education can tell you what kind of requirements you will need to meet in order to qualify for license renewal.