Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN)
A nurse seeking CEN certification may be employed in a variety of areas. Nurses are not restricted to one department or specialty. Examples of emergency care areas include, but are not limited to: emergency departments, urgent care, triage, PACU, medical or surgical intensive care units, flight nursing, transport nursing, first responders, military mobile field units, and trauma units.
Healthcare is incredibly competitive. Many hospitals seek Magnet recognition to make themselves more appealing to potential consumers by having the ability to advertise they have a nursing staff that has achieved specialty certification. The CEN certification is recognized by peers, the medical community and administrators as the benchmark of emergency nursing practice.
The Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN) Course
Pro Ed offers a two day Certified Emergency Nurse review course to support nurses seeking to obtain the CEN credential. Our two day course is constantly updated to reflect content on the current content outline (blueprint) from the BCEN. The course is also appropriate for emergency nurses seeking to expand and update their knowledge base and enhance their patient care.
This course has a greater than 90% pass rate for first time test takers and we provide test-taking strategies to enhance your learning. All attendees will receive an extensive study guide.
- Introduction to the CEN Credential/Test-taking Strategies
- Shock States
- Medical Emergencies
- Substance Abuse/Toxicological/Environmental Issues
- Practice Questions
Schedule a CEN Review Course for Your Group or Hospital
Call Pro Ed at 951.285.5699 or contact us via email. Pro Ed staff will assist you with scheduling the speaker. Once a date(s) is arranged, we will prepare a contract. Pro Ed staff will supply copy you may use for your brochure or online advertising. Our staff is available to guide you every step of the way. We are here to help nurses attain certification!