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The NCLEX Exam is the professional licensing exam for nurses (RN or PN). It's like the Bar Exam that Lawyers must pass.
In the United States, the major exam is the North American Veterinary Licensing Exam (NAVLE). In addition, most States have a State Licensing Exam that veterinarians must take to get a license to practice in that state.
You need to follow their licensing requirements which includes submitting an application, getting approved for the licensing exam, and passing the exam. Further details can be found in my related link.
An orthopaedic nurse is specially trained in such problems as fractures and neurovascular monitoring, casting and continuous motion therapy. Many orthopaedic nurses work in orthopeadic units, hospitals and emergency rooms and can also be employed by oncology facilities, private clinics, and rehabilitation centers. Their job is to assist orthopaedic surgeons through surgical procedures, home care and rehabilitation training. They also assist patients through healing and follow up care. Becoming an Orthopaedic Nurse: To become an orthopaedic nurse, you must earn an associate degree in nursing, complete a nursing degree program, or earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Upon obtaining a degree, you will have to take the NCLEX-RN exam to earn your license to practice in your state. Before starting your Orthopaedic Nursing career, it is important to gain experience in areas like an emergency room, critical care or an oncology facility. The Orthopaedic Nurses Certification Board conducts a certification program for qualified nurses that meet all eligibility requirements and pass the certification exam. Job Description of an Orthopaedic Nurse: Orthopaedic nurses can work in a variety of medical settings. They may assist in operating rooms, staff orthopaedic hospitals and care for emergency room patients seeking care for fractured bones. Orthopaedic nurses treat the effects of accidents and bone traumas as well as cancer upon the skeleton. Some orthopaedic nurses may be employed for assisted living centers, rehabilitation centers, home health agencies providing home care to patients in their home with medical conditions. Salary for an Orthopaedic Nurse: The career outlook for Orthopaedic Nurses is positive. Depending on your education and experience, there is a variety of environments to choose from. It is essential that nurses in this field have communication skills, teamwork and physical stamina. Depending on your rank as an Orthopaedic Nurse will determine your salary. The median salary for orthopaedic nurses working as clinical nurse manager is $90,000 and $63,871 for certified orthopaedic nurses working as RN’s.
To become licensed to practice veterinary medicine, you would need to have a degree from an accredited College of Veterinary Medicine, have passed the North American Veterinary Licensing Exam (National Board Exam) and have passed the State licensing exam.
You must study for and pass the licensing exam.
The licensing requirements vary from state to state, however it does appear that all states require a manicurist license. Generally, getting a license involves professional training and a licensing exam. Personal licenses are often not required to be posted for privacy reasons, but you can ask to see it. Some of the examples of licensing requirements include: In Massachusetts they are required to have at least 1000 hours of training at a board approved school and to pass a licensing exam, in Michigan they are required to have at least 400 hours of training at at licensed school or a 6 month apprenticeship and to pass a licensing exam, in Indiana it is 450 hours of training at an approved school and a licensing exam and in Washington it is 600 hours of training or 2000 hours of apprenticeship and an exam.
Real Estate Training classes teach appraisal, mortgage lending practices, Real Estate Law and rules that directly relate to the questions on the Licensing Exam.
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Yes, provided he/she has also passed the North American Veterinary Licensing Exam (NAVLE, aka National Boards), passed any state licensing exam and received a state license in Georgia.
An Orthopaedic Board Certified Physical Therapy Specialist (or Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist, OCS) is a licensed Physical Therapist who specializes in providing physical therapy andrehabilitation for patients suffering from orthopaedic conditions. In order to sit for the Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist Board examination, a Physical Therapist has to show proof that she/he has sufficient clinical experience in treating orthopaedic conditions. The Board examination will test the candidate for advanced knowledge and decision making skills in his/her field of practice. The exam is regulated by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS).
National Council Licensure Examination. It is a licensing exam for nurses in the USA.
There are several requirements to take the NAVLE. First, you must be a student of an accredited school of veterinary medicine, or a graduate of an accredited school of veterinary medicine. Second, you must be certified to take the exam by a State veterinary licensing board. Third, you have to pay to take the exam - the fee in 2008 was US$500.
For those who wants to have a higher chance of passing their PA real estate exam, there are various online courses that offers real estate exam preparation and review for students to be able to prepare and review for their upcoming licensing exam in PA.
The licensing requirements for a massage therapist in CA include: 500 supervised hours and passing the NCETMB exam. More information can be found at http://www.massageregister.com/StateRequirements.asp.
The licensing requirements for Denver massage therapists are overseen by the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA). One can view the specific requirements at the online site "Massage-exam".
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Yes. The bar is the licensing exam taken by attorneys.
Required: 1)Bachelor's degree in psychology (or related field) 2)Master's degree & Master's thesis, 3)Dissertation 4) a Doctorate (PsyD), 5) an APA accredited internship, 6) a post-doctoral rotation, 7) National licensing exam, 8) state licensing exam.
There are many places you can go in order to take this exam. The best thing to do is to contact your local contractor licensing agency and then take the test.
Texas Department of Insurance does not require pre-licensing coursework for the L&H or P&C licenses, but there is a 40 hour pre-licensing requirement for Adjusters license. If you want to be a L&H or P&C agent, all you need to do is pass the state insurance exam. On another hand, if you want to obtain an Adjuster License, you will first need to meet the pre-licensing requirement and then pass the state exam in order to get the license.
To become an insurance agent in CA, there is a pre-licensing requirement of 52 credit hours (including 12 credit hours of California Code and Ethics). Once you fulfill the state's pre-licensing requirement, you will be eligible to take the state insurance exam. The last step to obtain your insurance license would be to successfully pass the state insurance exam.
The Florida Department of Financial Services is responsible for processing applications for adjuster licensing. The website is www.fldfs.com The University offers the ACA Designation which excuses the student from the state licensing exam for the all lines adjuster license (independent or company).
The NJ Dept. of Banking and Insurance oversees the NJ Real Estate Commission, which supervises licensing. You can visit the site in the related links below for licensing requirements.