Vermont LNA Information
For public protection, the State of Vermont has adopted regulations established by OBRA 1987 federal law that set standards for long term care. The State ensures that all medical skilled professionals are qualified for certification/licensure and this include Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA).
State Contact Information for LNA Certifications
VT Licensed Nursing Assistant Registry
VT State Board of Nursing
National Life Building,
North Floor 2
Montpelier, VT 05620-3402
Phone #: (802) 828-1505 or 888-287-5006
Fax #: 802-828-2465
LNA Salary in Vermont
- Approximately $25,820 to $32,790
- $12.41 - $15.77 per hour typically (Hourly rate will increase by experience)
Vermont LNA Program & Training Information
Vermont LNA training program must at least 75 hours or more of classroom and clinical training combined. Some state-approved training programs may differ in the number of hours in classroom and practical training.
See a list of approved Vermont LNA training programs
Information in Vermont
It is important to know that state regulations change often. This site is updated frequently, however, please double check all information with your states official government agency. Links and contact information are provided for your convenience.
If an approved LNA wishes to work in Vermont they must first apply for endorsement. The applicant must contact the Vermont Licensed Nursing Assistant Registry to obtain an Endorsement Form. The applicant must have an active certification with no abuse or other derogatory information listed and must be listed as good standing in his/her home state. Completed form with required documents must be mailed to the address indicated in the form.
Renewal in Vermont
To renew LNA Certification in Vermont:
(1) A pre-printed recertification form will be mailed out to the LNA 2- 3 months prior to your expiration date. If you still do not receive any notice, you may obtain renewal form by contacting Vermont LNA Registry or visiting the State Registry's website.
(2) Requirement for renewal is that you must have worked nursing or nursing related duties under the direct supervision of a licensed nurse for at least 50 days (400 hours) during the two year period. Otherwise, LNA who did not work for the specified amount of hours must re-take the state competency evaluation.
(3) Completed form with required documents and fees must be mailed to the address indicated in the form.
To renew Expired LNA Certification in Vermont:
(1) Contact Vermont LNA Registry.
(2) If registry provide form, completed form with required documents and fees must be mailed to the address indicated in the form.
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