Comprehensive review courses of the basic and clinical sciences of anesthesia are offered. The courses are designed for the SRNA preparing for the National Certification Examination as well as the CRNA looking for a thorough review of the basic and clinical sciences. These courses have been developed to review all of the topics noted in the Candidate's Handbook Exam Content Outline, published by the NBCRNA. The course concludes with an analysis of the NCE with information on NCE pass rates, exam-taking techniques and a mock examination.
With successful completion of the CRNA review course, the participant is awarded 24 CPC Class A credits (6.5 credits in pharmacology) as approved by the AANA (AANA#: Pending). CRNAs receive the 24 hours of didactic lecture, but are not required to attend the lectures covering the NCE or test-taking techniques.
Course enrollment may be done online, using the buttons above, or by using the mail-in registration form. As a result of limited class size, we encourage early registration.
A Program Brochure, with a complete lecture schedule and a mail-in registration form, is available for downloading.