2825 50th St
Hosted Seminar Site: Thank you UC Davis Health
August 27-28, 2019
On-site NCC InPatient OB Nursing exam option on August 29
Join Cindy Parke, RNC, CNM, MSN as PEC presents this core L&D Review class. This course allows participants to update their clinical knowledge base, review key clinical care issues, and improve decision making skills to enhance patient safety and improve outcomes! The content compliments NCC InPatient OB Nursing exam components and through a collaborative effort with NCC, accepted exam candidates can move directly from this review to on site paper-pencil testing the following morning. (Must attend at least one day of class, to sit exam as an accepted candidate).
M.I.N.D. Institute. Room 1115
2825 50th St,
Sacramento, CA 95817
Option to sit NCC InPatient OB exam on the third morning. You must register separately and at least 21 days prior to exam date. Click on the NCC Exam Registration tab on this website Home Page, and follow the instrutions there.
Option to sit NCC InPatient OB Nursing exam morning of Day 3
You must register separately and at least 21 days prior to exam date.
(All details of the exam are the responsibility of NCC).
* You must attend at least one day of class to take the NCC exam option on site.
*If you are choosing the convenience of taking the exam in paper-pencil format on site, after the class, registration with NCC is $275 and there is a $25 test administration fee due PEC (in addition to the NCC exam fee of $275; net savings to you, $25).
A reminder, our Seminars are “review” courses, and as such they are fast paced expecting to review rather than teach new concepts. We strongly suggest prior preparation. We suggest that you download the “Candidates Guide” from the NCC website and review the exam content areas, doing a self assessment of your strengths and weaknesses to assist with your own focus in the seminar. You may email PEC if you want further directives: email@example.com.
The allotted seminar time does not allow for in depth review of all content areas, nor is PEC or its speakers aware of which areas are stressed in testing.