Simulation Certification Program, Module 3: Interprofessional Education
August 27, 2019 - October 15, 2019 | 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Weekly, 7-9 pm EST/EDT
Exam: October 15, 2019
The Simulation Certification Program fosters excellence in nursing education in Canada through faculty development in simulation-based pedagogy, practices, and technologies. The program prepares nurse educators to address a broad complement of practice learning needs and the full range of simulation typologies.
The Simulation Certification Program encompasses four modules, each offered once per calendar year. Although the given sequence is recommended, modules may be taken in any order and over the course of two years. Every module culminates in a submitted assignment and a multiple-choice exam. Upon successful completion of all four modules, participants will be prepared to write the national certification exam to achieve the Canadian Certified Simulation Nurse Educator (CCSNE) designation.
Module 3 focuses on the indicators of competency 4, which examines the knowledge and skills related to the use of simulation in interprofessional education and on collaboration with other health professionals in providing simulation-based experiences to interprofessional groups of learners. More...
Nurse educators using simulation in nursing education programs
For more information or if you have any questions please contact Jessica Pearce Lamothe, via email firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone (613) 235-3150 ext 133.
Refund and Cancellation Policy
- Registrations that are cancelled up to one week before the start of the course will be refunded minus a $50 administrative fee.
- Registrations that are cancelled with less than one week’s notice will not be refunded, though the participant will have the option to defer the cost of the course to apply to another CNEI/CASN course.
- There will be no refunds issued once the course begins.
- CASN reserves the right to cancel this course if it does not meet minimal group requirements.
- Participants are responsible for access to any course materials, including articles and textbooks.
- There will be no make-up assignments accepted.
- Assignments will not be re-marked.
- Late submissions will not be accepted, unless under exceptional circumstances.
- Attendance is mandatory for all sessions, barring exceptional circumstances, unless otherwise noted in the course syllabus.
- If a participant requires special accommodation, they must notify the instructor(s) and CASN coordinator prior to the start of the course. Accommodations for physical or mental health reasons must be confirmed by a health professional.
Please see our complete academic policies online at http://cnei-icie.casn.ca/about/cnei-policies/.Register