Getting Your WCC Certification
Have you decided it’s time to get your WCC Certification? WoundEducators.com can help. The National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy, also known as NAWCO, is the nonprofit organization that regulates the WCC (Wound Care Certified) wound certification credential.
About the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy (NAWCO)
The National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy is a fast-growing, diverse and inclusive non-profit organization whose goal is to provide resources and support to its members, advancing the field of wound care through certification.
Wound Care Certified (WCC)
In order to take the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy certification examination to become a WCC (wound care certified) practitioner, you must hold an active unrestricted license as a health care professional. Additionally, you must meet the following National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy eligibility requirements.
Obtaining wound care certification is a way to distinguish yourself from others in the healthcare field and show that you possess a greater amount of knowledge and skill than your basic healthcare licensing mandates. If you decide to pursue the WCC Certification and pass the certification exam, you will be able to use the WCC initials to designate your Wound Care Certified status.
Online Wound Care Education
The following WoundEducators.com courses will fully prepare you for the WCC certification exam:
- CNA-MA Wound Certification Course
- LPN/LVN Wound Certification Course
- RN Wound Certification Course
- Sales and Marketing Wound Certification Course
Taking the WCC Certification Exam
After your wound care coursework is finished, you will be considered a viable candidate to take the WCC Certification exam provided you meet the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy eligibility requirements. The sections of the Wound Care Certification test will be similar to the material covered in the WoundEducators.com course and include the following:
- Wound etiology and description.
- Treatment administration and management.
- Patient assessment, data collection, and wound analysis.
These three categories consist of roughly 60% of the total WCC exam weight. The other important exam topics will cover:
- Structures and functions of normal skin
- Identification and management of risk factors
- Processes of wound healing
- Legal issues, ethics, and policy
Additional Benefits Our Wound Courses Offer
Another benefit of choosing WoundEducators.com to help fulfill your WCC Certification requirements is course availability until you pass your exam. Once you complete your wound care education course, we grant you access to the material until you pass the WCC Certification exam. WoundEducators.com wants to make sure that you are confident and prepared to take your WCC Certification exam, so we go the extra mile!
If you have any questions about the process or our wound care courses, contact us at [email protected].
iAM VERY GLAD I CAME UPON THIS SITE I AM VER INTERESTED IN YOUR COURE I HAVE RN EXPERIENCE 34 YEARS CRITICAL CARE AND DON OF SURGERY CENTER
Hi Hatie, it sounds like you are a great candite for the wound care certification course. I highly recommend that you take the RN or BSN course and pursue the Accredited CWS wound care certification.
For detailed information visit our wound care certification courses page, or contact us directly.
Hello, My name is Delores and my question is, once you become WCC what benefits does this certification allows you to do in the State pf Oho?
Becoming wound care certified will help you:
Elevate your status as a specialist in wound care
Become recognized as a healthcare professional with specialized knowledge of wounds
Demonstrate a dedication to the highest standards in wound care
Cooperate and exchange resources with the disciplines and organizations involved in wound care