Free Vermont Nursing CEUs
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Free Nursing CEUs / Vermont
Vermont nurses get free nursing CEUs with Incredible Health
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Courses are ANCC accredited in Vermont and all other U.S. states. They’re designed to get you the education you need as quickly as possible.
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Upon course completion certificates are available instantly to meet Vermont state requirements. It’s that easy!
Free nursing CE courses
Choose from a library of ANCC-continuing education accredited courses including…
2022 Updated Renewal Bundle CEU
In this course, you will learn about a variety of nursing topics, including patient education, vaccination, etc.
A Nurses Guide: How To Deal With Difficult Patients
In this course, you will learn how to deal with patients when they are angry.
Infection Control and Barrier Precautions
In this course, you will learn about infection control and prevention for healthcare workers and patients.
Vermont Board of Nursing State CE Requirements
CE Requirements for RNs
50 days (400 hours) in the last two years as an RN or 120 days (960 hours) within the last 5 years
CE Requirements for LPNs
50 days (400 hours) in the last two years as an LPN for 120 days (960 hours) within the last 5 years
CE Requirements for APRNs
50 days (400 hours) in the last 2 years as an APRN or 120 days (960 hours) within the last 5 years; maintain national certification
Steps to renew your Vermont nursing license
- Verify the status of your license
Visit the Verification page to confirm your license.
- Complete your Vermont nursing continuing education requirements before your license expires
You can complete your nursing CEUs online, on your schedule, and 100% free with Incredible Health.
- Go to the Vermont Board of Nursing to enter your renewal application
Visit the Renewal Information page for specific requirements. Also, Vermont will become a compact state on February 1, 2022. This means that, as of February 1, 2022, if your Primary State of Residency is in another compact state you will not need to apply for licensure in Ohio unless you are declaring Ohio as your Primary State of Residency.