How many CE hours CCRN?
You must also meet the clinical practice requirement of 432 hours in direct care of acutely/critically ill patients, with 144 of those hours accrued in the 12-month period prior to your scheduled renewal date.
When can I renew my CCRN?
every 3 years
Candidates who have passed the CCRN certification exam and meet CCRN renewal requirements may use “CCRN” after their licensing title. CCRN certification must be renewed every 3 years.
What are Cerp hours?
As a guide: 1 CERP. = 1 CME or 0.1 CEU or 60 Minutes or 1 CPD or 1 Contact Hour.
How long does it take to get CCRN certification?
Processing should take around 2-3 weeks. Schedule Your Exam! After the AACN has approved your application, they’ll send a confirmation email and postcard; upon confirmation, you’ll have a 90-day window to take the exam. Schedule your exam at one of the 300+ PSI/AMP testing centers, which you can do here.
Can I get my CCRN after one year?
Requirements for the CCRN® exam If you’re working full time as a nurse, you’ll get that within your first year. However, what I’ve noticed is that a really great time to start thinking about it would be 1-2 years after starting in critical care.
Does CCRN count as CEU?
Any approved and accredited course will offer continuing education credits and these can be used to satisfy State requirements as well. Some certifications, such as the CCRN, require continuing education activities in certain areas to meet renewal requirements.
Can you get your CCRN in one year?
Requirements for the CCRN® exam If you’re working full time as a nurse, you’ll get that within your first year.
Are contact hours the same as CEU?
Contact Hour Developed as Standard Measure One continuing education unit (ceu) or credit is equal to 10 contact hours; meaning it requires 10 clock hours to complete. If the course offers Ceus, you need to multiply the number by 10 to determine the number of contact hours.