There are many paths to becoming a nurse in Vermont. The one you take will mostly depend on the type of nurse you’d like to become and your current or prospective level of education. The more education, the more opportunities you’ll have to choose where and how you pursue your career in nursing.
In addition to nursing salaries in Vermont, you’ll find information on acquiring and maintaining several types of Vermont nursing licenses on this page. We’re constantly making updates, but with the speed of change in healthcare, it’s sometimes difficult to stay current. If you have any comments or suggestions for our information on nursing in Vermont, please email us at email@example.com!
Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) in Vermont
Education: Graduate program with courses in advanced pathophysiology, advanced assessment and pharmacotherapeutics
Examination: Varies according to prerequisite national certification
Certification Required: National certification in specialty area and must include active Vermont Registered Nurse license
Renewal: Advanced practice registered nurse licenses in Vermont expire biennially. APRNs must provide proof of 50 days of practice in the last two years of 120 days of practice in the last five years, current national certification, practice guidelines of current employer, and collaborating provider agreement, if applicable.