Quote from lecavalier4
thank you. if in the future i had enough money to, could i take a recertification exam through aalnc without having to retake the course?
you are welcome, lecavalier.
once you meet the requirements to sit for the aalnc certification, you can take the examination.
but, you took the milazzo course, so you'd have to make arrangements to sit for recertification if you choose to do that.
right now, there is no requirement with the aalnc to be formally educated as an lnc
prior to sitting for their certification examination. and, anyone can sit for this examination with or without formal lnc training including those who took the milazzo course and became certified with her.
to become a legal nurse consultant certified (lncc), the alnccb requires that a candidate meet all eligibility criteria, complete the [color=#006666]application form
, pay all fees, and achieve a passing score on the certification examination. no individual shall be excluded from the opportunity to participate in alnccb's certification program on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability.
to be eligible to take the examination, candidates must have the following at the time of application:
- current licensure as a registered nurse in the united states or its territories, with a full and unrestricted license
- a minimum of five years of experience practicing as a registered nurse
- evidence of 2000 hours of legal nurse consulting experience within the past three years.
those who meet the eligibility criteria and successfully complete the examination will earn the legal nurse consultant certified (lncc) credential.