Labor and Delivery Review: Certification Saves Lives
(AKA InPatient OB Review, NCC test prep)
June 3 – July 12, 2019
17 CE Units
Webinar series in a “semester” style!
Study on your own time within weekly parameters;
4 Hours each week (approximate taped time);
This session has one extra week (6 weeks to complete the work) due to July 4th Holiday
Live weekly Q&A available as an option
(or view those sessions taped!)
PLUS Individual consultation available from the lecturer,
Get Ready to Test!
Join PEC Director, Cindy Parke, RNC, CNM, MSN, as PEC proudly presents this core L&D Review class, specifically designed for YOU! We appreciate the constraints of getting to a live seminar with PEC. We applaud your desire and devotion required to getting certified.
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 complements the NCC InPatient OB exam components. It is also an excellent orientation tool!
Seminar Site: Your computer/Your own weekly designated time(s)
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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
If you desire to take the NCC InPatient OB Nursing Exam after this webinar series you will need to register directly with NCC. Their website is nccwebsite.org. NCC offers the exam online at selected testing sites, see their site for details. The cost is $325 paid to them. Once you register and are accepted by NCC as a candidate you have 90 days to take the exam; you schedule your day and time.