Trauma Nurse Core Course-TNCC - Southern Oregon

A two-day course designed to provide core level trauma and psychomotor skills associated with professional nursing care of the trauma patient.

The course includes lectures on the effects of trauma and multiple body systems, testing on assessment skills and interventions of the traumatized patient and instruction for the use of immobilization devices and airway management.

TNCC certification is valid for four years

UPDATED Course information: The required course manual for this class is the TNCC 7th Edition. Students may NOT use 6th edition manuals for this class. Students must also complete pre-course requirements which include TNCC Provider Online Modules and Pre-course test. Estimated completion time: 2 hrs

Students must bring the completion certificate for the online modules, the completed Practice test, and the TNCC 7th ed. Manual to class.

Who may attend: TNCC may be officially attended by registered nurses (RNs). Other health care providers may audit the class for a fee and obtain continuing education credits.

ENA recommends participants have at least six months clinical nursing experience in emergency care, possess generic nursing knowledge, understanding and familiarity of emergency care terminology and emergency equipment.

REGISTRATION:

  • Fee: $350 (includes required 7th Edition course manual)
  • Download, print and return this registration form.
  • Registration is available up to two weeks prior to each class.
  • Early registration is encouraged as enrollment per class is limited.
  • No refunds after deadline.
  • Payment and completed forms must accompany registration to be accepted.

Class materials may be picked up at:
Providence Nursing Professional Practice Office
840 Royal Ave., Suite 2
Medford, OR

Monday - Thursday, 7:30-11:30 a.m. or other times by appointment

Please call 541-732-6711 for further assistance or to arrange for class material pickup.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, please advise if you have any disability that requires special materials and/or services so that appropriate personnel can be advised.

Fee covers course instruction, handouts, and the National Emergency Nurses Association Certification Fee, and is recognized nationally.

The ENA is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.