Why Nurses Attend
Nursing professionals are an essential part of the wound management team. In addition to assessing, treating and monitoring the patient’s wounds, they also encourage practices that can prevent chronic wounds, thus minimizing suffering, among other complications.
Becoming CWCA® or CWS® certified provides the nursing professional the broad range of knowledge and expertise critical to improving outcomes in their patients with chronic wounds, such as pressure ulcers, vascular wounds, atypical wounds and more.
Benefits For Nurses
Nursing professionals have the most to gain from obtaining a wound care certification over any other discipline.
In fact, in addition to greatly increasing their chances of passing the CWCA® or CWS® certification exam, with the help of the Wound Certification Prep Course, nurses can:
- EARN 17 credit hours
- ENHANCE professional standing and employment potential
- INCREASE eligibility for promotions and salary increases
- ADVANCE their knowledge of comprehensive wound management
- IMPROVE quality of wound care for their patients
- REDUCE medico-legal issues for their hospital or clinic
- INCREASE reimbursements by reducing hospital acquired pressure ulcers
Why Do Our Alumni Perform So Well?
Simply put, the Wound Certification Prep Course is designed specifically to prepare them for these exams! Our content is deeply rooted in the areas of wound management that are covered in the CWCA® or CWS® certification exam. As a result, our nursing alumni approach their exams with confidence, prepared and poised for success, making Wound Certification Prep Course a valuable investment.
Here are some more impressive stats polled from recent post-course alumni surveys:
- 99% said the course increased their confidence
- 98% said the course increased their competence
- 98% said the course increased their knowledge
- 99% said the course met their educational needs
- 92% rated the faculty’s knowledge and expertise as excellent
- 99% said they would refer the course to a friend or colleague
- 75% intend to make changes to their practice