Vermont LPN Programs

Training to become a Licensed Practical Nurse in Vermont takes about one year. LPN programs in Vermont offer a certificate to program graduates. There is only one Vermont Board of Nursing approved LPN school in Vermont, however this school has a number of satellite campuses offering their practical nursing program. LPN programs in Vermont are extremely competitive for admissions. A list of the schools and satellite campuses offering Vermont Board of Nursing approved LPN programs and LPN pathway programs can be found below.

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Vermont Technical College is the only school in Vermont that offers a Vermont Board of Nursing approved LPN program. Fortunately, there are a number of satellite campuses located throughout Vermont. They are highly competitive with regards to admissions. The Community College of Vermont offers a pathway to LPN program that prepares students with the four required courses needed prior to applying to the the Vermont Tech LPN program. This is an option for students who are not admitted directly to the Vermont Technical College LPN program. Students that attend the Community College of Vermont LPN pathway program then have the option to complete the second half of their LPN program through Vermont Interactive Television. Vermont Interactive Television broadcasts the LPN courses via videoconferencing allowing students to complete their LPN program from the convenience of their own community. The required LPN clinical requirements can then be completed in a student’s geographic region. This is an exciting opportunity for future LPNs in the state of Vermont. Learn more by contacting the LPN schools in Vermont that are convenient for you.

LPN Salary, Job Outlook and Employers in Vermont

The State of Vermont Department of Labor released their 2009 Occupational Employment Statistics for Occupational Wages and it reports that LPNs in Vermont make an average hourly wage of $19.92 and an average annual salary of $41,430. Use these numbers as a ballpark figure and not as a “what I am going to make.” There are so many variables that can affect these numbers including experience, geographic location and facility type. The job outlook for LPNs in Vermont also appears to be quite good. The State of Vermont Department of Labor projects job growth through 2016 for LPNs in Vermont to be 11%.

Some employers in Vermont that are seen hiring LPNs include Northwestern Medical Center, the Army Civilian Medical Corps, Bayada Nurses (Home Health), Genesis Health Care (Skilled Nursing, Rehabilitation Services), Revera (Nursing Homes and Assisted Living) and Travel Max Nursing (staffing and placement). Listing these employers is intended to provide an idea of what types of facilities are hiring and where to potentially begin an LPN job search.

People looking into LPN programs in Vermont were also interested in the Medical Assisting programs in Vermont. Medical assisting offers similar job growth projections and training time.

Approved LPN Programs in Vermont

Vermont Technical College
Randolph Center Campus
P. O. Box 500/1 Main Street
Randolph Center, VT 05061
PH: 802-728-1586
Vermont Technical College
Fanny Allen/Williston VTC Satellite Campus
101 Lawrence Place
Williston, VT 05495
PH: 802-879-5967
Vermont Technical College
Putnam/Bennington Satellite Campus
100 Hospital Drive
Bennington, VT 05201
PH: 802-442-8811
Vermont Technical College
Thompson/Brattleboro Satellite Campus
11 University Way, Ste 7
Brattleboro, VT 05301
PH: 802-251-2088
Additional VTC campuses offering LPN Program:
Randolph Center Campus, Lyndon, St. Albans, Newport, White River Junction, Middlebury, Springfield, Morrisville
Community College of Vermont – LPN Pathway Program Campuses:
Bennington: 802-447-2361, Brattleboro: 802-254-6370, Middlebury: 802-388-3032, Montpelier: 802-828-4060, Morrisville: 802-888-4258, Newport: 802-334-3387, Online Learning: 802-334-4451, Rutland: 802-786-6996, St. Albans: 802-524-6541, St. Johnsbury: 802-748-6673, Springfield: 802-885-8360, Upper Valley: 802-295-8822, Winooski: 802-654-0505, Central Administration: 802-828-2800

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