CCNAPI Training Program: NURSING SIMULATION FAIR 1 “Common Bedside Nursing Procedures”

Nursing procedures are constantly changing this is due to never ending discoveries in best-practice health care methods. As nurses we want to ensure that our knowledge and skills in nursing procedures are always updated. We can read a lot of them and have the knowledge but it is different if we have the developed a certain level of skill acquisition, particularly in this time of new technology. For this reason CCNAPI is offering a course focusing on common nursing procedures.

This is a two-day workshop for nurses that will allow skill development on the common nursing procedures through hands-on opportunity guided by preceptors in a simulated environment. The focus of this course is basic procedures that nurses often perform in their daily duties.

IM, ID, Subcutaneous
IV Initiation and Infusion
Cleansing Enema
Wound Care
NGT Insertion
NGT Feeding using Enteral Pump
Urethral Catheterization

Program Accreditation No.: 2009-019-049
Valid From: December 29, 2009 – December 29, 2010
PRC: 13 Credit Units
CCNAPI: 16 Credit Units

SCHEDULE (Dates are subject to change without prior notice.):
* June 17-19, 2010
* July 19-21, 2010
* August 26-28, 2010
* September 30 – October 2, 2010
* November 11-13, 2010

Member: P 2,200
Non-Member: P 2,500

Onsite Registration-
Member: P 2,500
Non-Member: P 2,700

NOTE: All registration for trainings are accepted only at CCNAPI’s Main office from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

A. All inquiries, registration and payment are done/accepted at the CCNAPI’s Main Office which is located at 8/F Medical Arts Building, Philippine Heart Center East Avenue, Quezon City.
B. Upon registration, a PRE-REGISTRATION FORM will be handed to you by the CCNAPI staff which should be filled-out.
C. Read the house rules and sign on the conforme, meaning you have understood and will comply on the important reminders.
D. Choose what program/s you wish to enroll and how much you will pay for the seminar.
E. While the staff is processing your enrollment, please sign on the Registration Sheet. This will serve as the primary attendance, thus you need to write legibly to avoid errors in your certificates. The staff will hand to you your receipt. Don’t forget to write your OR Number and the amount and balance you paid.
F. Ask for the map (CCNAPI Training Venue) and your receipt. CCNAPI’s Training Rooms are located at 3D Edificio Enriqueta Building, 422 N.S. Amoranto St. (former Retiro St.) corner D. Tuazon, Quezon City
G. Do not hesitate to ask questions regarding your enrollment and other concerns.
H. Bring your receipts and handouts (if provided) on the day of the seminar.

1. Effective March 2010, registration fees are inclusive of the following: handouts, credit units, appropriate certification and free flowing coffee.
2. Participants are encouraged to register ahead of time (pre-registration)
3. Appropriate attire should be worn for all seminars. No shorts and slippers allowed.
4. Be on time. Punctuality is a virtue of a professional.
5. Mobile phones should be on silent mode at all times inside the training room.
6. Interaction during the session is highly encouraged.
7. Soft copy of the handouts are not provided.
8. Certificate of participation will be earned at the end of the seminar, provided that all participants have complete attendance. No latecomers, no absentees.
9. Once enrolled, the registration fee is NON-REFUNDABLE, NON-TRANSFERABLE and NO-RESCHEDULING is allowed.

For more information, visit the CCNAPI official website.

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