NAPNES LPN/LVN Certification in Long-Term Care (CLTC)
The NAPNES LPN/LVN Certification in Long-Term Care (CLTC) is a comprehensive program covering the entire lifespan of individuals considered elderly and/or chronically ill. The NAPNES CLTC is a certification in Long-Term Care that has been recognized in the healthcare industry for decades. This revised version includes new theories in Long-Term Care across the life span and e-learning. The LPN, CLTC designation confirms to employers that the candidate is knowledgeable in long-term care and is engaged in skill-building.
The CLTC courseware sometimes reviews and other times introduce participants to the concepts, skills, and techniques associated with geriatric and long-term care (LTC) nursing. The curriculum includes theory related to nursing care provided to geriatric patients, and providing a safe, clean and comfortable environment for the long term care, chronically ill patient. The certification program includes a review of anatomy and physiology, and therapeutic/modified diets for various body systems. Pharmacological interventions and commonly used medications for the body systems are addressed and covered in detail.
NAPNES certification in long term care nursing shows employers, colleagues, patients, and the public that you are committed to excellence in caring for people covering their entire lifespan of individuals considered elderly and/or chronically ill.. This learned and earned excellence includes increased professional credibility, recognition of your expertise, greater impact as a job candidate, and a heightened sense of personal achievement.
Textbooks are required for each course and are not included. Don’t forget to visit the online bookstore to purchase your textbook.
NAPNES Approved for 45 CE Hours.
There are 3 steps before beginning your course.
STEP 1: NAPNES Certification Registration
STEP 2: NAPNES Certification Payment
3 Year Registration $100 ($50 for Military/Veterans)
STEP 3: Course Registrationand Payment ($295)
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