REVIEW COURSES

Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN) REVIEW
 

“The Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN) certification is specific to emergency nursing and measures the attainment of a defined body of nursing knowledge pertinent to that specialty” (BCEN). The Rescue Company 1 provides a CEN review course over two eight hour days filled with all the information required to pass the CEN exam. All information provided during the two day class is always updated so only the most current information is provided.  

CFRN/CTRN REVIEW 

The Certified Flight Registered Nurse (CFRN) and Certified Transport Registered Nurse (CTRN) certification is specific to emergency nursing and measures the attainment of a defined body of nursing knowledge pertinent to that specialty” (BCEN). The Rescue Company 1 provides a CFRN/CTRN review course over two eight hour days filled with all the information required to pass the CFRN/CTRN exam. All information provided during the two day class is always updated so only the most current information is provided.  

FP-C/CCP-C REVIEW

 

Flight Paramedic Certification (FP-C) and Critical Care Paramedic Certification (CCP-C).  The Rescue Company 1 provides a FP-C/CCP-P review course over two eight hour days filled with all the information required to pass the FP-C/CCP-P exam. All information provided during the two day class is always updated so only the most current information is provided.  

TP-C REVIEW

 

The expectation for the TP-C® exam candidate is competency in casualty assessment, stabilization, and evacuation in hostile and austere environments, as well as thorough familiarity with tactical principles, triage, and operational medicine. Candidates should have significant knowledge of the Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care and the Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care guidelines, management of the full tactical injury spectrum (from less-than-lethal to CBRNE), force health protection, and medico-legal aspects of Tactical Emergency Medical Services.

TR-C REVIEW

 

The expectation for the TR-C® exam candidate is competency in basic casualty assessment, stabilization, and evacuation in both hostile and austere environments, as well as thorough familiarity with tactical principles, triage, and operational medicine. The candidate should understand the Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) and the Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) guidelines for care management within the tactical injury spectrum. This knowledge should include less-than-lethal to CBRNE, force health protection, and the medico-legal aspects of providing Tactical Emergency Medical Services.

CP-C REVIEW

 

The expectation for the CP-C® exam candidate is competency in mobile integrated healthcare, and expanded EMS services in rural and urban settings, including various healthcare, mental health, and housing and service needs. This examination is not meant to test entry-level knowledge, but rather to validate competency of those paramedics providing services beyond the roles of traditional emergency care and transport.

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