RN.org announces brand new website update and partner with CE Broker to provide instant electronic reporting of course completions.
December 7, 2018 / / —
RN.org is pleased to announce a website update and partnership with CE Broker. This partnership is especially exciting as it means that, through CE Broker, RN.org will be able to provide instant electronic reporting of course completions for healthcare professionals in the states of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Arkansas, District of Columbia and now West Virginia. Other states also accept our CEUs since they accept CEUs approved by another State Board of Nursing.
Nursing CEU online courses are the best way to keep up with the demands of your role but they are also ideal for getting ahead and working towards a promotion. Completing an online course is often a better idea for working staff as it requires a little less time – you won’t need to travel to your classes for one thing! RN.org understands that balancing studies with work can be tough, which is why the site is designed to be as easy to navigate and work through as possible.
The best thing about RN.org is that their courses are all accredited and with one flat fee of $19.99, you will have an unlimited membership, giving you access to everything you need for a full year. This gives you the time you need as well as the resources you require to succeed. Even better, if you are the manager of a team, RN.org offers various discounts based on volume. They are also exclusive providers to various agencies and hospitals.
Once you have completed your course, you will be able to access and print your certificate and any previous certificates you have earned on your profile. RN.org will also automatically report the completion of your course electronically to CE Broker so you don’t need to worry about that.
For all the information you need, the RN.org website is easy to navigate and use. All you need to do is register your details and then log in to access your profile and begin the course of your choice. If you would like to browse the available courses beforehand, just take a look at the comprehensive course catalog.
For more information, please contact Larry Snyder by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. To sign up, view course options and begin your studies, visit https://www.rn.org.
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