Online Certified Wound Care Market Specialist Course

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Overview

For Sales and Marketing Representatives: Gain a Competitive Edge

Looking to increase your organization’s revenue potential, enhance your customer base, and become more competitive? Transform your sales force into Certified Wound Care Market Specialists®.

Build your business by becoming a Certified Wound Care Market Specialist®

This self-paced online CWCMS® course, taught by an upbeat and dynamic presenter, is designed for sales and marketing professionals in the wound care industry.  Instructors teach sales teams to confidently build business through demonstrated knowledge in:
  • Best practices in wound care
  • The science behind healing wounds
  • Current standards in practice

Gain a competitive edge by implementing learned knowledge into practice. The benefits of taking our online course include:
  • Designed to allow the student to learn at their own pace over the 180-day access period
  • Ability to connect to the online learning system anywhere the internet is available
  • Ability to start and pause course modules at any time
  • Lessons keep you engaged which increases material retention
  • Eliminates travel time and expense
  • After completing the course, join a wound care live online course as a review (email coursesupport@relias.com)
 

Examination Eligibility

Applicants for the CWCMS certification exam must meet the following criteria:
  • Verified current or past employment in a wound care industry organization.Wound Care Industry includes but is not limited to companies, businesses, or individuals that provide products, research, equipment, services, and adjunctive therapies to consumers or healthcare providers for the purpose of skin and/or wound management.

  • Complete the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy® (NAWCO®) CWCMS certification exam application and pay fees.

  • Complete the WCEI CWCMS online self-paced.

  • Agree to follow the CWCMS Code of Ethics.

  • Receive a passing score of 80% on the NAWCO CWCMS certification examination.

 

Examination Process

The CWCMS certification exam is proctored by the NAWCO.

  • Once the CWCMS exam application has been processed, the candidate will receive a determination email from NAWCO within 7–10 business days.

  • Following the approval notice you will receive an email from Prometric with instructions on scheduling your examination on the Prometric website. Computer Based and Live Remote Proctored.

  • If you elect to change your testing location after that time, a $75 administrative fee will apply.

  • Candidates will receive their examination score results by email within 7-10 business days.


Reach out to NAWCO with examination related question by calling 877-922-6292 or emailing at admin@nawccb.org.
 

Special Rate – Customized Training

Course delivery and pricing options are available to organization interested in training multiple individuals. Reach out to an account representative by completing the following contact form.
 

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Certificates
Contact hours are not provided for this course.
Tuition Cost

Tuition Rate

$1,697 Individual Student

Certification Examination: After registering for the course, you will be directed to complete the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy certification exam application and pay the exam fees..
 

Include with Tuition

  • Self-paced learning with access to course modules for 180-days
  • WCEI® Skin & Wound Management course workbook
  • Learning aides: glossary, sample questions and more
  • After completing the course, join a wound care live online course as a review (email coursesupport@relias.com)
Schedule & Content

Schedule

Once you start the initial online module, you have 180-days to complete all thirteen modules and obtain a 80% or higher pass rate on the final course test.

Online Modules

  • Section 1    CWCMS Introduction
  • Section 2    Skin and Underlying Structures
  • Section 3    Skin and Wound Assessment
  • Section 4    Wound Healing
  • Section 5    Wound Bed Preparation
  • Section 6    Nutrition Wound Assessment
  • Section 7    Topical Wound Management
  • Section 8    Lower Extremity Ulcers
  • Section 9    Pressure Injuries
  • Section 10  Acute Wounds
  • Section 11  Other Wounds
  • Section 12  Adjunctive Therapies
  • Section 13  Ethical and Legal Issues for the CWCMS
What Others Say Matters
 
“I would absolutely recommend taking the wound care certification course. I thought I knew what I was doing before the course, but after the course, I was way more confident and I could just build on those skills after that. I don’t think anybody should be doing wound care without the certification. It just adds so much to your knowledge and confidence and knowing what you’re doing to treat the wounds. And since my colleague and both I got certified, our wound care rates are through the roof-- they’re just amazing!”
Tara Swan, FNP, WCC, Carroll County Memorial Hospital
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