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Canadian Neonatal Nursing Certification Exam Preparation Workshop - BELLEVILLE
Belleville General Hospital, Quinte Health Care - Education Centre Room 2 WCA Wing Level 2
September 24, 2018 to September 24, 2018
0800 - 1630
 
 
 
This one-day workshop will be a case-based learning opportunitiy incorporating the new Canadian Neonatal Nursing Competencies to help support nurses preparing to write the Canadian Neonatal Nursing Specialty Certification Exam. Upon completion of the workshop, the learner will be able to identify gaps in knowledge and areas for further study.
 
Workshops are open to anyone interested in the opportunity to integrate current neonatal knowledge in an interactive and engaging format but does not replace exam preparation. Participants are expected to have previously studied all exam components (Exam Blueprint and Specialty Competencies) if planning to write the exam in November 2018.
 
This workshop is open to anyone interested in neonatal education (do not need to be writing the exam).
 
COST (WORKSHOP FEE):
 
$50 + tax for CANN members
$60 + tax for non-members
Payable upon registration
 
Cancellation and Refund Policy: Refunds of registration fees, less a $20 administration fee, will be issued for cancellations received by Monday, September 17, 2018. No refunds will be issued after this date. If you are unable to attend, you may substitute someone in your place. All cancellation and substitution requests must be submitted in writing by email to registration@neonatalcann.ca. Refunds will be processed after the workshop.
 
COURSE FACILITATOR:
 
Lynn Newton, RN (EC), BScN, MEd, IBCLC, CNeoN(C)
Nurse Practitioner – Pediatrics (Neonatal)
 
June 1 – September 10: Application window to write or renew by exam
November 1 – 15: Exam window
November 1: Deadline to renew by continuous learning
 
 
 
 
The vast majority of CNA-certified nurses renew their credential through the continuous learning option, which requires you to accumulate 100 CL hours related to your nursing practice specialty over the five-year term.
 
Track your learning: The easiest way for you to track your CL hours is by using the CNA form – Continuous Learning for Certification Renewal: Activities and Competencies. It is a convenient way to log your activities as you complete them. At the end of your five-year term, you submit your CL activities as part of your renewal application.
 
Please take the time to familiarize yourself with the activity guidelines – click here.