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LPN Information & Application Portal

Course number : 3020019   ID : 20102    Section Number : 2242
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The Virginia Board of Nursing-approved Practical Nurse Education program is a 1,313 hours, 13-month, full-time education program offered through NOVA Workforce. This innovative program is designed for current Virginia CNAs to continue their healthcare training through intensive credential stacking and rigorous Practical Nurse education to open employment opportunities in the high-demand healthcare field. The Practical Nurse program will require a high time commitment with various days, times, and occasional weekend clinical shift schedules. Candidates will need to have an open and flexible schedule and reliable transportation. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify. For more information, visit

General Mandatory Requirements:
  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Submit a high school, GED, or college degree
  • Hold a current unrestricted Virginia CNA License
  • Successfully complete 4 sections of the ATI-TEAS Version 7 Nursing tests(R): Reading, Math, Science, and English. Scores must be proficient or higher; developmental and basic scores will not be accepted.
  • Submit a clean Criminal Background Check / Drug Screen / Immunizations / History & Physical.
  • Submit a current resume.
  • Submit any current and active certifications you may hold, such as BLS/CPR, CCMA, Registered Medication Aide, Phlebotomy Tech, etc.
All submissions will be done in the application portal in Canvas.

The application window for the next cohort is now open until April 12, 2024. Classes will start in June 2024. 

Follow these steps to complete your application:

Step 1: Create a MyWorkforce profile (new students only)

Step 2: Register for this LPN Information & Application class (add to cart and check out) - it's free! You will receive a confirmation email with information on how to log in to the application portal in Canvas.

Step 3: Complete all tasks in the application portal in Canvas. Use the link from your confirmation email to access the application portal with your myNOVA credentials. How to access myNOVA

Step 4: Wait for your acceptance letter and get ready to register. Acceptance letters will be emailed to students after the application window has closed (see application portal for dates). Students can apply for financial assistance and a payment plan once accepted into the program.


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