Infusion Therapy Institute
960 Rand Rd, Ste 224, Des Plaines, IL 60016


Dec 10 2019 - Dec 11 2019


8:30 am - 4:30 pm



IV Certification Program for LPNs

IV Therapy Training for Nurses

Peripheral IV Infusion Therapy

Certificate of Completion with 16.0 CE Contact hours

Upon completion of this 2-day peripheral IV infusion training, attendees learn to insert, use, maintain and manage short peripheral IV catheters. This course is recommended for nurses who insert PIV catheter and perform IV infusion therapy it all healthcare setting.

There are 2-day and 3-day IV therapy training programs. Which course you should take?

Nurse practice act (NPA) is the law that delineates the legal scope of practice for nurses. Scope of practice for nurses are implemented by the State Boards of Nursing and it varies state by state.  RNs, LPNs and APNs are required to comply with the rules and regulations of the state board of nursing in their jurisdiction.

Are LPNs allowed to infuse through PICC and central lines? 

Some states have specific guidelines for IV therapy education, training and competency validation referred as “IV Certification”. Some jurisdictions such as Illinois allow LPNs with IV certification to insert and infuse through short peripheral catheters, but not through midlines, PICC lines and other central lines. However, other states allow LPNs with education, training and competency validations to infuse through central lines. Documented education is the core focus of infusion therapy.

*LPNs who works in jurisdictions that allows them to infuse through a central vascular catheter/central line are required to attend a 3-day infusion therapy course to learn use, care and management of central vascular access devices.

Please log in to the website of your state board of nursing and review your scope of practice and decide you should take the 2-day course or the 3-day course.

Forward questions to ITI Program Director


Target Audience

• Licensed practical nurses (LPNs) and licensed vocational nurses requiring “IV infusion therapy certification”
• New graduates before or after taking the national council licensing (NCLX) examination and preparing to enter the nursing practice
• Nursing students starting clinicals

Hourly Schedule

Day 1

8:30am - 4:30pm

Day 2

8:30am - 4:30pm

Day 3

8:30am - 4:30pm

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