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All CNA licenses in Iowa are valid for 24 months until you remain active on the state’s nurse aide registry. A recertification form will be mailed to the eligible CNAs approximately 2 to 3 months before the expiry date of the license. You can also complete the renewal online by contacting the State Board of Nursing.How do you get a CNA license in Iowa?
In Iowa, to become a licensed Certified Nursing Assistant, a person needs to go through a minimum of 75 hours of CNA training. 30 of the 75 hours need to be clinical practice. Once the CNA classes in Iowa are complete, a person in IA wishing to work as a CNA must then pass the 2 part state exam to be added to the Iowa CNA Registry.How to get a RN license?
pass the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) or another license examination acceptable to NYSED; and, apply for an RN license with NYSED. After you qualify for a license as an RN, NYSED will issue you a license parchment and a registration certificate.