PEDEd Inc is pleased to join together with Nurses Specializing in Wound, Ostomy and Continence Canada (NSWOCC) and provide access to the educational programs they offer. Review their many course offerings on their educational website. By joining together, we believe we are providing nurses convenient access to the highest quality education in our respective disciplines.
Enroll in this course and begin the on-line theory component at any time. The on-line theory typically takes 6-8 weeks to complete for nurses that are working full time. At time of enrollment you will be assigned a clinical session date.
To enroll, Create an account and then click the PayPal icon. Complete the payment process. You will be able to access the course immediately.
Total course - 110 hours online theory PLUS 21 hours clinical= 131 hr total
Considerations prior to enrolling
Access to the internet for the on-line theory component
Ability to attend assigned clinical dates and location
Clinical participation requirements: minimum 70% grade for the theoretical component + successful completion of clinical is required for successful completion of the PEDEd Advanced Nursing Foot Care Course. ACTIVE Nursing license in BC and be in GOOD STANDING with the Nursing College.
Ensure you are available to attend for the registration dates listed. If you are unable to attend you will need to register for a separate clinical course at your own expense ($750 2 day or $995 for a 3 day clinical). See refund policy below.
Refunds: Due to the nature of the
theoretical content delivery, no refunds are provided once a person has logged
into a course.
In accordance with the clinical portion, please note, a tremendous amount of work and co-ordination goes into preparation for clinical. We typically have 60 - 80 clients attend. This requires coordination with volunteers, nursing staff as well as management of instruments and venue requirements. Clinicals are always planned for full enrollment of a co-hort and your course fees have secured that seat. Therefore, we strongly suggest you confirm your availability prior to registration to attend the clinical dates that correspond with your initial course registration. If you fail to attend and complete your clinical, you will be required to re-register for a separate clinical course dates at your own expense ($750 for 2 day or $995 for a 3 day clinical).
If you cannot attend your assigned clinical date, you are required to provide at least 45 days written notice in order that adjustments can be made. You will be assigned a new clinical date based on future availability without any guarantee of when that may be. Any cancellations within 45 days of the clinical date will result in you having to re-register.
Out of province nurse: You will need to connect with the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCMN) to obtain a temporary license for educational purposes to attend clinical.
BCCNM contact information:
Toll-free 1.866.880.7101 (within Canada only)
*Covid 19 Announcement * On-line learning will precede without interruption.
However, clinical dates are subject to the COVID 19 realities that we all face. Tentatively, I am hopeful that all clinical intakes will proceed as scheduled here.
Yet we must all be prepared for potential postponement.