The CPC Program supports lifelong learning and the strong CRNA credential, protecting your ability to continue practicing as a CRNA, and is designed to meet the APRN regulatory requirements of every state Board of Nursing. The program also reinforces the validity and value of your CRNA credential, demonstrating to your patients, their families, and your employer that you meet the credentialing requirements designed to promote lifelong learning, help you maintain current anesthesia knowledge, and encourage patient safety— even as the health care environment constantly changes.
- Is my certification lifelong or time-limited?
- If I retire, can I still say I’m a CRNA?
- If I complete a CE activity that is not assessed, can I still apply it toward the CPC Program?
- Does all assessed continuing education (CE) include a test?
- CPC Assessment: Performance Standard--not pass/fail
- Is the CPC Assessment another NCE and if not, what does it entail?
- What is the cost of CPC?
- Will I be notified when it’s time for me to renew my CRNA credential?
- What, if any, are the benefits to me, of early CPC application submission?
- When do I need to renew my certification?
- Credit Transfer Issues on CPC Application