Recertification Certified Wound Care Market Specialist Course

Our onsite or online CWCMS®  course allows you to keep your Certified Wound Care Market Specialist® status without retaking the exam. 
Tuition Cost
Schedule & Content

Keep Your Sales Force Operating in Peak Form

Refresh your wound care knowledge and boost your results!  It's easier than ever to maintain your CWCMS® status through the Certified Wound Care Market Specialist® recertification course. There's no need to retake the exam - simply attend any week-long Skin and Wound Management course at an onsite location near you, or get your CWCMS® recertification online with 90-day access to our self-paced online training modules.

Having the most up-to-date information on standards of care sets you apart in your sales and marketing efforts. Stay in peak form by making your CWCMS® recertification a priority.

Recertification Eligibility

Recertification applicants must meet the following criteria:
  • Complete the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy® (NAWCO®) CWCMS recertification application and pay fees.

  • Complete the WCEI CWCMS online self-paced course or take the NAWCO CWCMS recertification exam and receive a passing score of 80%.

Tuition Cost

Recertification Tuition Rate

Online Recertification Tuition Rate

$397  WCEI® Individual Alumni Rate

Included with Online Tuition

  • Self-paced learning with access to course modules for 180-days
  • WCEI® Skin & Wound Management course workbook
  • Learning aides, including a glossary, sample questions and more
Schedule & Content

Recertification Schedule

Online CourseOnce you start the initial online module, you have 180-days to complete all modules.  Recertifying by taking the WCEI® online Skin and Wound Management means you do not have to sit for the certification exam.

Curriculum/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
“It's kind of being the expert and being seen as the expert. And as long as you have the credentials and you've been certified in those areas, being seen as the expert, people kind of look up to you and you're the go-to person.”
Connie Johnson, RN, MSN, WCC, DWC, OMS, Clinical Instructor, University Medical Center of Princeton
Plainsboro, NJ
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