NTC is pleased to offer continuing education opportunities for dental professionals. The college offers a number of courses to satisfy current CE requirements and to help stay up to date on new technologies.
NTC offers a variety of continuing education opportunities for health care professionals. Whether you are looking to expand your knowledge, fulfill continuing education requirements, or further your professional development, we have a variety of courses to meet your needs.
Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF) Training Opportunities
Courses included in this training are Fire Safety, First Aid and Choking, Medication Administration and Standard Precautions. We offer a variety of dates and times for you to complete all sections of this CBRF training. CLICK HERE for more information including dates and times.
We offer 2 certificate options for those in the reproductive health setting. Both of these certificates are currently under modification and will be available for registration in fall 2013 at the earliest. Please contact us with specific questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Basic Reproductive Health Nursing Certificate
The basic Reproductive Health Nursing Certificate is designed to provide a theoretical framework in reproductive health nursing which will assist nursing professionals to function more effectively in this specialized area.
The Reproductive Health Nursing - Basic Certificate is recommended for nurses or nursing students with third semester (junior) standing interested in or working in women's health and reproductive health care settings. Learn More....
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Advanced Reproductive Health Nursing Certificate
Reproductive Health Nursing is a 15-credit advanced technical certificate designed to provide Registered Nurses with specialized education and training in reproductive health care. These RN's will be able to utilize this knowledge and skill as they work in obstetric clinics, gynecology clinics, hospital birthing and gynecology units, family planning clinics and campus health centers.
Students interested in completing all courses for the advanced technical certificate must be licensed as a Registered Nurse in Wisconsin. Nursing students with third semester standing, RNs and LPNs may enroll in six of the eight courses to complete the Reproductive Health Nursing Basic Certificate. Learn More....