Clinicians Choose WCEI® for Wound Care Training

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Become Wound Care Certified

Why Do Clinicians Choose WCEI® for their Wound Care Certification Training?

  • Wound Care Education Institute’s Skin and Wound Care Management training course provides continuing education hours for RNs, LPN/LVNs, PTs, PTAs, OTs, NPs, PAs, and MD/DOs.
  • Because it is offered both onsite and online, this comprehensive course meets the lifestyle needs of a wide range of multi-disciplinary clinicians.   Its online availability eliminates the expense of travel, hotel and employee time off.
  • The National Wound Care Certified (WCC®) exam is administered onsite with an exam proctor or at a convenient testing center.
  • WCEI course meets current standards of care and teaches clinicians to be legally defensible at bedside.
  • The pass rate for students that take WCEI® course and then sit for the WCC® exam is 89%-91%. Significantly higher than other courses.
  • WCC is the largest network of Wound Care Certified clinicians nationwide.
  • WCEI works directly with VA, Military, and hospitals that have achieved Magnet recognition along with Long-term, Home Health and Hospice care organizations. WCEI has also partnered with various universities and colleges providing continuing education to health care providers.
  • WCEI has developed state funded educational programs with several organizations in WI, MD, MA, NJ, and RI.  Combined greater than 600 healthcare professionals received state funding to sit for WCEI comprehensive skin and wound management course and WCC exam.
  • WCEI is committed to the success of their alumni and support them throughout their wound care career.  Clinical support is available following certification to assist them in the field.
  • The WCC® certification is a prestigious, highly recognized credential offered only through the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy™. The WCC certification program is accredited by the National Commission of Certifying Agencies (NCCA®), the accreditation body of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE®). Certification programs that receive NCCA accreditation demonstrate compliance with the NCCA’s Standards for the Accreditation of Certification Programs, which were the first standards for professional certification programs developed by the industry.

Learn more about becoming Wound Care Certified at www.wcei.net

Save $100 on registration for on-site WCC course only. Coupon code: BLOG.  Coupon code must be used at time of purchase/registration. Existing registrations are not eligible. Coupon expires12/31/2013.

Find out about our One Day Wound Care Seminars at www.wcei.net/one-day

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