Skin and Wound Management Course and Certification Exam

Wound Care Education Institute's® (WCEI®) Skin and
Wound Management Course is offered in two options; a five-day classroom or at-home online wound care training seminar. This course is designed to provide participants with current evidence-based education in the areas of skin and wound management for licensed healthcare providers (MD, DO, DPM, PA, PT, PTA, OT, NP/APN, RN, LPN/LVN) who plan to take the wound care certified (WCC®) exam from the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy™.
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Requirements for National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy™ WCC® Certification Examination
Participants in the Education Pathway must meet all of the following:
    1. Active unrestricted license as a registered nurse, licensed practical/vocational nurse, nurse practitioner, physical therapist, physical therapist assistant, occupational therapist, physician or physician assistant
    2. Attend all days of the WCEI® Skin and Wound Management course
    3. You must have at least two years of full-time or four years of part-time wound care experience, that must have taken place within the last five years of your career, either in direct hands-on, management, education or research.
Note: Wound care experience must be a component of daily licensed job duties.
This includes experience from such venues as acute care, long term care, home health, etc.
If you do not meet the above experience requirements, click here to access the Preceptor Pathway option.

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Accreditation Statements
The WCC® Skin and Wound Management certification course is a prestigious, highly recognized credential offered only through the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy™. The Skin and Wound Management Course© is approved by the National Alliance of Wound Care Credentialing Board (NAWCCB®), the credentialing arm of the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy™, as a pre-requisite for WCC® certification.
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