Procore’s Continuing Education courses provide free access to industry knowledge, helping develop professional skills and increase income potential. If your goal is simply to stay informed about new research findings and updated industry best practices, there are plenty of low-cost, self-paced online courses that can help you to meet your state’s continuing education requirements and enhance your ability to perform your current job role.
The term continuing education, which includes degree credit courses amongst many other types of learning activities, is generally used to refer to education that is imparted to students who are older than the traditional age of university-going students.
Courses are available in the areas of acute care, allied health, assessment, bioterrorism, cardiac care, critical and emergency care, critical thinking, domestic violence, gerontology, infectious disease, maternal and child and women’s health, medical safety and administration, operating room, pediatrics, board of nursing required courses, and risk management.
Where registered and licensed practical nurses are required to submit proof of continuing education to the board of nursing in their state, certified nursing assistant and home health aides most commonly report to the public heath department of their state.
The Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions serves as a peer-reviewed forum for scholarly works addressing all aspects continuing education (CE) and continuing professional development (CPD) for physicians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals.