Since its release in 2003, Solheim’s CEN® Exam Review Course has been taught hundreds of times to thousands of students all over the world. With countless success stories, the course has played a critical role in the advancement and development of the emergency nursing profession. Through a blend of lectures, graphics, videos, and challenge questions, Solheim’s Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN®) Review Course covers many of the areas that are tested on the BCEN’s CEN® examination. To ensure its continued effectiveness, the course, which follows BCEN’s guidelines, is updated regularly. Solheim Enterprises has become the go-to source for nurses when preparing to sit for BCEN’s Exams.
Dates: September 12th & 13th 8am to 5pm - Both Days Required
Location: 2450 Bascom Ave, Campbell, CA
CEUs: 18 hours
Continental breakfast provided
Solheim Enterprises has been teaching review courses to prepare students for the CEN Exam since April 2004 when Jeff Solheim launched Solheim Enterprises. Now in its 9th edition, the course has been taught worldwide to tens of thousands of nurses and has played a critical role in the advancement and development of the emergency nursing profession.
Updated with every new version of BCEN’s CEN Exam Content Outline, Solheim’s CEN Exam Review Course utilizes a tailor-made combination of lectures, multimedia, personal stories, and challenge questions to review the many of the areas that are tested on the examination. Solheim Enterprises’ CEN team is made up of 6 instructors, all of which are leaders in nursing, education, and public speaking. Ultimately, this has made Solheim Enterprises the go-to source for nurses when preparing to sit for BCEN's Exams.
Course modules include…
• Preparing for the Exam
• Mental Health Emergencies
• Environmental & Toxicological Emergencies
• Communicable Diseases
• Cardiovascular Emergencies
• Medical Emergencies
• Neurological Emergencies
• Maxillofacial & Ocular Emergencies
• Respiratory Emergencies
• GI GU OB GYN
• Musculoskeletal & Wound Emergencies
• Professional Issues