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Licensed Practical Nurse-Certified (LPN-C)
Procedures to Apply for Certification

To apply for certification, you must submit the following:

  1. PDF File Application.
  2. Official proof of completion of an approved course.
  3. Fee of $68 (fee is non-refundable).
  4. If active LPN licensure is in Nebraska, no action is required to meet this requirement. If your primary state of residence under the PDF File Nurse License Compact Act is Nebraska and your Nebraska LPN license is inactive or lapsed, you must reinstate your Nebraska LPN license. If your primary state of residence is a compact state other than Nebraska and you have a multi-state LPN license in that state.  Please refer to test section at  If you primary state of residence is a non-compact state, you must apply for LPN licensure in Nebraska.

An applicant does not need to take any action to demonstrate successful completion of the examination as the records are maintained in the department.

There is no reciprocity with other states for certification as an LPN-C. Because the qualifications for certification and the activities permitted differ from state to state, all applicants for certification as an LPN-C in Nebraska must take the course and examination approved for Nebraska.

If you have any questions about your application for certification, please contact Kim Lewis by e-mail at, or by mailing PO Box 94986, Lincoln NE 68509 or (402) 471-4376.

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