Program Completion Verification
Nurse Aide II students must submit an application online within 30 business days following successful completion of a Nurse Aide II program.
Nursing students must submit an application online within 30 business days following successful completion of course work equivalent in content and clinical hours to that required for a Nurse Aide II.
Only the Registered Nurse-Nurse Aide II Instructor (or the officially designated person) of the Board approved North Carolina Nurse Aide II program will have access to this system. It is password protected.
The Nurse Aide II Program Completion Verification must be completed by the Registered Nurse-Nurse Aide II Instructor for students of a Nurse Aide II program or the Nursing Program Director for nursing students currently enrolled in Board of Nursing approved nursing programs.
Registered Nurse Instructor or Nursing Program Director
Must certify the following:
- Student successfully completed all requirements for listing as a Nurse Aide II;
- Date of student's successful completion of Nurse Aide II program or Board of Nursing approved nursing program
Program Completion Verification Requirements:
- A valid unencumbered Registered Nurse North Carolina license or Compact license
- First and Last Name of student
- Date of Birth of student
After the submission of the students who completed the program successfully, the student may then apply online for listing as a Nurse Aide II. The student must submit the application using the same identifying information as submitted in the Nurse Aide II Program Completion Verification.
The North Carolina Board of Nursing will only provide the program’s username and password to the officially designated person at the program. If you need to update the officially designated person for your program, contact the North Carolina Board of Nursing Education Department using the Contact Us Form for a new password.
Licensure information can be verified on the Board's website. The Board of Nursing’s electronic database serves the primary source of licensure information for nurses in North Carolina.
For security reasons, please logout and exit your web browser when you are finished accessing services that require authentication. The North Carolina Board of Nursing cannot be held responsible for unauthorized access to the information you have entered in the browser if you do not exit this application.