LPN Education and Certification in Vermont

If you want to work as a licensed practical nurse (LPN) in Vermont you will need to be licensed through the Vermont Board of Nursing. To get a license you must first earn your LPN degree and pass the NLCEX-PN exam. Before you can apply for an LPN license in Vermont you must also become CPR certified.

When you turn in your application you will need to pay an $85 fee and provide a copy of your transcript from the LPN school you attended.

In Vermont you will need to renew your LPN license every two years if you want to continue working in this field. To renew your license you must complete 400 practice hours within the previous two years, or complete 960 practice hours with the previous five years, or participate in and finish a re-entry program within the previous five years.

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