"When applying to be a licensed practical nurse at a health care facility, you can expect to be interviewed on your ability to provide basic nursing care such as checking blood pressure and taking temperatures as well as on your current licensing, people skills, and ability work in a team. Prepare to describe how you would go about performing various basic nursing duties and answer situational questions about how you would handle upset patients or family members. Licensed practical nurses must pass National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-PN) to receive their licenses and practice as LPN's."
If you saw a co-worker doing something wrong, something that you knew was against policy and ethics, what would you do.
Follow chain of command and report first to immediate supervisor.
If the violation was minor and the situation warranted; I would inquire of the co-worker if they knew what they were doing was against policy/ethics. Otherwise, I would report to the proper chain of command.