CE Requirements for Nurses in Idaho

Requirements specific to Nurses in Idaho

Licenses are renewed on a biennial basis for practicing nurses. 

New Continuing Competency Requirements (effective with the 2019 renewal)
In order to renew, a LPN, RN or APRN shall complete or comply with at least two (2) of any of the learning activities listed below within the two (2) year renewal period. IDAPA 23.01.01.061:

a. Practice: i. Current nursing specialty certification as defined in Section 402; ii. One hundred (100) hours of practice or simulation practice

b. Education, Continuing Education, E-learning, and In-service: i. Fifteen (15) contact hours of continuing education; ii. Completion of a minimum of one (1) semester credit hour of post-licensure academic education; iii. Completion of a Board-recognized refresher course; iv. Participation in or presentation of a workshop, seminar, or conference.

c. Professional Engagement: i. Acknowledged contributor to a published nursing-related article; ii. Teaching or developing a nursing-related course of instruction; iii. Participation in related professional activities



Nursing CE Courses for Nurses in Idaho

Complete these courses towards your Idaho nursing CE requirements.

Over 100 hours of CE for one low price
Stroke for APRNs Nursing CE Course

3.5 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course
Domestic and Community Violence Nursing CE Course

3.0 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course
Correctional Nursing CE Course

2.0 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course
Nursing Jurisprudence and Ethics (Texas) Nursing CE Course

2.0 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course
New Nurse Graduate Survival Nursing CE Course

3.0 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course
Osteoporosis for RNs and LPNs Nursing CE Course

2.0 ANCC contact hours

0.0 Pharmacology hours

Recommended Start Course

*Each professional is accountable for understanding his or her accrediting/licensing body’s standards and requirements. While we try to routinely update information on this page, we are not responsible for its accuracy and information is subject to change without notice.

You can learn more at Idaho's Board of Nursing Website