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ENPC-Emergency Nurse Pediatric Course

ENPC Course Description

Accurate assessment of a child with acute illness or injury requires special knowledge and skills. This course, taught by qualified nurses, is designed to provide the core-level pediatric knowledge and skills needed to properly assess and implement evidence-based interventions to improve outcomes for this high-risk patient population.
Here’s a glimpse into what you’ll learn:
  • The latest pediatric emergency nursing practice recommendations
  • Systematic assessment and application of care
  • Education that can be applied to every pediatric patient you treat
  • Virtual courses now available

ENPC Course Format

ENPC Course Format
A variety of learning methodologies are included to cater to every learning style, including:
  • Manual
  • Online modules
  • Simulation
  • Instructor-led classroom discussions and skill stations
  • Virtual courses available!
Manual: The manual provides fundamental pediatric emergency nursing content with expanded information including dermatologic and environmental emergencies, human trafficking, food allergies and more. A valuable resource for future reference!
Pre-course learning: Include s access to required online modules prior to the course date to let you learn at your own pace, apply what you learn, and receive immediate feedback. Modules include a step-by-step breakdown of the Pediatric Nursing Process and a comprehensive study guide.
Instructor-led classroom discussions and skills stations: ENPC is typically delivered over one and a half days. Live, in-person or virtual classroom learning includes skill stations, group discussion, and other interactive exercises.
Electronic testing: Electronic, open-book testing allows you to test in an environment that makes you most comfortable. No more test anxiety!

  • Participants must be a registered nurse to receive verification.
  • Licensed practical nurses and paramedics are eligible to attend all portions of the course and obtain CNE hours, but are not eligible for provider status verification.