CPNE Prep Program Overview
Instuctor-Led Classes & Test Prep for the CPNE
If you are an ASN candidate and the CPNE (Clinical Performance in Nursing Exam) is in your future, we don’t have to explain how important it is to PASS your clinical exam the first time through. There is no substitute for effective preparation! When properly prepared, you will gain confidence & reduce stress.
How it works
The 3.5 Day Intensive CPNE Lab is offered at our Fort Lauderdale, Florida facility. You should arrive on Sunday and be ready to go Monday morning. Training and review will begin at 9 am Monday and will end at 1 pm Thursday afternoon.
You will learn the necessary details to successfully pass the Excelsior College CPNE from tutors who are experienced Registered Nurses. Your time will be divided between lecture and hands-on training. At various stations you will practice sterile dressing change, IV piggyback, IV push and injections. You will review the basics of writing care plans, and you will work within a mock patient care situation for adult and pediatric patients.
When you leave the CPNE test-preparation program after only 3.5 days, you will be fully prepared to challenge the CPNE, armed with the knowledge and the confidence that comes from successfully completing each task using techniques acceptable to the college in which you will enroll.
Should you attend the full 3.5 day test preparation cycle and complete all stations successfully, but fail to pass the CPNE, you are entitled to one additional full 3.5 day rotation absolutely free of charge (clients are responsible for all travel related expense).
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Call today for more information - for a personal academic evaluation - or for instructions on how you can enroll in our Blended Learning Program.
Here is what you can expect:
- Customized instructor-led classes available.
- Enroll and start instructor-led classes immediately.
- Less cost than a traditional program.
- Flexible schedules.
- Financing available to all students.
- Qualified and student-focused faculty.
- Small class sizes to facilitate success.