Why get WTA certified ?

  •  Completing our WTA Program means you will be eligible to take the  WTA-C certification exam and sign as a Wound Care Specialist after your name (e.g. Jane Nurse, WTA-C).

  •  The Wound Treatment Associate (WTA) Program was developed and presented by internationally-recognized leaders and educators in wound management and prevention practices by the WOCN society.✓ WOCN nurses or CWOCN are the preferred specialists called on by the Justice Department to be expert witnesses.

  • The WTA Program is an evidence-based continuing education course that meets international standards of care and prepares participants for the WTA-C certification.

    • WTA-C certification is offered through the WOCNCB, a certification body nationally recognized by the ABSNC and the NCCA.

  • Earn Contact Hours (CEUs).

    • The WOCN Society is an accredited provider of CNEs through the ANCC.

Class Schedule: OCTOBER 23rd, 2019

NOTE: We will accept registrations until a week before the class date

DISCLAIMER:(*) In the event of less than 6 participants, instructor will set skills day location @ NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana

(**) 6 or more participants, instructor will hold skills day @ Educate Simplify Training Center

Why Register?

  • Accredited by WOCN, preferred expert witnesses by U.S. Justice System

  • 12 Weeks Online

  • 1 Day Skills check

  • Open to LVN, EMTs, PA, & RNs with non-bachelor’s degree

  • Be elgible to take the WTA-C Exam

  • And sign “WTA-C” after your name to indicate wound specialization

  • Fits your busy working schedule

  • ELIGIBLE for the Annual Lifetime Learning Credit Tax Allowance (up to $2000)

COURSE FEE: $1,400

WTA-C EXAM : $325 *not included

Reserve a Seat: $200

Register Now!

PAYMENT PLANS AVAILABLE

INDIVIDUAL INSTALLMENT PLAN

Initial Payment = $900

Credit Card Payment Plan:
Full Tuition will be divided into
3 payments automatically charged every 2 weeks

$600/3 = $200.00
Auto-charged every 2 weeks


PARTIAL PAYMENT PLAN

Initial Payment: $900

$500 will be automatically charged after a month


GROUP PAYMENT PLAN

Initial Payment: $800

1. If 2-4 Students: LESS $200

$500/3 = $166.67 will be automatically charged every 2 weeks

2. If 5 or more Students: LESS $200

Email us at educatesimplify@gmail.com to get a quote

 

HOW INFLUENTIAL IS WOCN?

If there is litigation, the courts will usually ask for a WOCN certified nurse as their expert witness as opposed to any other licensure or certifications. 

Read below for the recent white paper (evidenced-based study) on the impact of WOCN certified nurses or click LINK (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5417571/)  

WTA is a starter program created by WOCN.

  • Licensed health care providers

  • LPN’s/LVN’s

  • RNs

  • Baccalaureate or Master’s prepared RN’s who do not wish to specialize but want adequate knowledge in wound care

  • PTs and PTAs

  • Physicians and other clinicians who want adequate knowledge in wound care.

  • Military medics (active duty), certified first responders and corpsmen

COMPETENCIES COVERED

  • Risk Assessment

  • Pressure ulcer prevention

  • Basic management of incontinence associated dermatitis and skin tears, documentation of Wound Status

  • Application of a four-layer compression wrap and measuring and ankle brachial index.

  • Understand the indications and contraindications of negative pressure therapy including a demonstration of the use of a Wound V.A.C. (Vacuum Assisted Closure)

BENEFITS OF WTA CERTIFICATION

  • WOC Nurses earns 40% more than National average

  • Demand is High in both Acute and Long-term settings

  • Certified Individuals can apply as:

    Wound Treatment Specialist in long-term care

    Wound Assistant in CWOCN in Acute Care

  • Apply hours and certification to becoming CWOCN

  • Hospitals requires this certification to achieve Magnet Status

RitKen & Associates

wound treatment associate program

Debbie Ritter is a Certified Wound Ostomy Continence Nurse with experience in the home care/hospice, acute care, rehab and LTAC settings. As a clinician who has functioned in various roles from direct patient care to corporate program management, she offers realistic solutions to your WOCN needs.

A recognized leader with excellent personnel and team building skills, Debbie utilize this ability to build positive relationships with people in both clinical and non-clinical settings. She does possess extensive knowledge of the WOCN Society best practices relating to in-patient and home based wound management, utilizing this knowledge to develop strategies necessary to ensure the highest possible patient outcomes while maintaining clinical and regulatory compliance.

She has served on WOCN/OASIS-C, C1 advisory committee to CMS, as a content validation expert for WOCN Stoma Complications Document for clinician best practices and as a member of WOCN Document Review Task Force for review of Best Practice Documents. As a Clinical Integration Specialist, she shared responsibility for division wide specialty program development and implementation for the following:

  • Transitional Care Management across the continuum
  • Wound Management
  • Cardiac Management and Telemonitoring
  • Pulmonary Care
  • Diabetes Management
  • Behavioral Health
  • Incontinence Management
  • Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Implementation

RitKen & Assocites provide Wound, Ostomy, and Continence education tailored to meet your individual or institutional needs. As coordinators for the WOCN Wound Treatment Associate (WTA) Course, boasting a > 96% pass rate for attendees over the previous 4 years – this course can be accomplished on-site or on-line (online course includes a one day face to face session for practical skill assessment and evaluation). Attendees are provided 24 CEU’s upon successful course completion and meet criteria required in preparation for certification with the WOCNCB (Wound Ostomy Continence Nurse Certification Board). Successful passing of the WOCNCB WTA Certification exam permits the licensed nurse to use the WTA-C Credentials (Wound Treatment Associate-Certified). The certification is good for 5 years which at that time the nurse may choose to re-certify if desired.

IT’S BACK! The Wound Treatment Associate Program with WOCN is Now Back on Educate Simplify’s Catalogue of Quality Continuing Education and Certification Courses.

Eligible for your Annual Lifetime Learning Credit Tax Allowance worth up to $2000

To breathe new life life into your knowledge of the Wound Treatment Associate program, we’ll give you here the background information that you need to know before signing up for the program. Let’s go blow away the cobwebs!

Best Wound Care Certification Course

What is the Wound Treatment Associate (WTA®) Program? It is developed by the WOCN Society as a continuing education program to further empower the wound, ostomy and continence (WOC) specialty nurses, and improve patient outcomes by strengthening the wound care team with a flexible education program that is applicable to all health care settings. The WTA Program prepares a non-WOC certified nurse to provide optimal care for patients with acute and chronic wounds under the direction of a WOC specialty nurse, WOC advanced practice registered nurse (APRN), or physician. The WTA Program is a continuing education activity that offers 24.0 contact hours to nurses and 20.0 CCUs to physical therapists upon completion.

Why should you choose the WTA Program? We’ll give you these reasons as provided by the WOCN Society.

  1. The Wound Treatment Associate (WTA) Program was developed and presented by internationally-recognized leaders and educators in wound management and prevention practices.
  2. Unlike other wound education courses, the WTA Program requires comprehensive hands-on training and testing.
  3. The WTA Program is an evidence-based continuing education course that meets international standards of care and prepares participants for the WTA-C certification.
  4. WTA-C certification is offered through the WOCNCB, a certification body nationally recognized by the ABSNC and the NCCA.
  5. The WOCN Society is an accredited provider of CNEs through the ANCC.

Graduates of the WTA Program are then eligible for WTA-C Certification. Upon passing the wound treatment associate exam, individuals receive their WTA-C® credential. The WTA-C certification is valid for five years.

 

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