The College Network is now an approved ANCC (American Nurses Credentialing Center) Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) provider!
If you aren't familiar with CNE, they are courses designed to offer contact hours for nurses. CNE is required in 33 states for LPNs and RNs to maintain their license. In order to be a CNE provider, you must be accredited.
Because of this accreditation, we can now offer even more opportunities with our distance nursing programs. The College Network will begin by offering three courses: Medication Safety, Patient Rights and Ethics in Nursing. Upon completion, each course will be worth 2.5 contact hours.
ANCC accredited programs are recognized by most state licensing boards for CNE requirements, provide a high standard of excellence and quality in the CNE program and demonstrate commitment to high quality nursing practice.