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ATI Nursing Education Launches NursingCE.com, a Continuing Education Website
 
(December 11, 2017)
ATI Nursing Education Launches NursingCE.com, a Continuing Education Website

NursingCE.com has announced the launch of its new mobile-friendly website, http://www.nursingce.com, designed to offer nurses a comprehensive source for continuing education (CE) activities to help meet state and licensing requirements. NursingCE.com is a brand of ATI Nursing Education, a leading provider of assessments and other digital solutions to nursing schools, and will offer continuing education to nurses in all 50 states as well as Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico. Nurses who complete courses on NursingCE.com will earn credits that are ANCC-accredited.

Nurses are required to continually seek continuing education credits to maintain their license to practice. NursingCE.com helps nurses avoid the time-intensive delays and high costs that are usually associated with continuing education. Courses can be completed from any device with an Internet connection. A variety of courses are available, some of which include Domestic and Community Violence, Child Maltreatment, Medical Errors, Pain Management and more.

NursingCE.com has streamlined the traditional continuing education process by providing the ability to take courses, pay for credits, and generate certificates of completion instantly upon successful course completion. Access to courses and assessments are available for free to anyone with a free NursingCE.com account. Nurses only have to pay a fee of $39 to get all of their credits and downloadable certificates once courses are successfully completed. This is a striking departure from the usual practice of charging nurses up front for each course prior to taking and completing the course and pricing that can vary according to the number of credits offered.



NursingCE.com supports its nurses with dedicated customer support via phone and email. The website's blog offers additional resources and helpful information to nurses that are written by prominent nurse bloggers and educators. Blog content includes articles in a variety of categories including career advice, continuing education news, tips and advice for licensing and certification, and company updates.

At launch, NursingCE.com has courses available to help meet the licensing requirements for nurses in 43 states plus Washington, D.C. Courses will be available to meet the requirements for California, Florida, Iowa, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Washington state and Puerto Rico in early 2018. To learn more about all the available courses and content visit http://www.nursingce.com.

About NursingCE.com

NursingCE.com is a comprehensive online source to help nurses meet continuing education (CE) and licensing requirements for all 50 states as well as Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico. NursingCE.com is a brand of Assessment Technologies Institute, LLC (ATI Nursing Education), a leading provider of assessments and other digital solutions to nursing schools that is an accredited provider for continuing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). For more information, visit http://www.nursingce.com.

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