NURSING EDUCATION TRAINING
- Application Letter addressed to the VP Nursing
- Applicants must obtain a passing rate of 75% in both written entrance examination and oral interview set by the Nursing Education & Training (NET)
- Updated PRC License
- Updated IV Therapy License by ANSAP
- Resumé with 2x2 ID picture
- Photocopy of Transcript of Records
- Photocopy of BSN Diploma
- Photocopy of PRC Board Certificate (if available)
- *Updated BLS/ACLS Certificate and License
- Recent Results of Anti-Hbs & HBSAg taken at AMC-I Laboratory
- Critical Thinking
- Patient Safety and Minimizing Risks
- Leadership Skills
- Communication Skills
- Evidenced-based Practice
- Patient and Family – Centered Care
- Professional Development
COMPREHENSIVE SKILLS ENRICHMNENT TRAINING
Adventist Medical Center – Iligan (AMCI) Nursing Education & Training Office is pleased to provide the COMPREHENSIVE SKILLS ENRICHMNENT TRAINING (CSET) for Registered Nurse
The CSET is a structured professional development program designed to ease and assist new nurses in transition from academic status into the role of professional nursing practice.The CSET promotes safe practice, knowledge development, and safe-confidence by bridging the gap from novice to a competent team member.
Designed by nurses for nurses, this unique nursing program prepares new graduate nurses by organizing and overseeing all aspects of their transition. A network of nurses acts as preceptors, mentors, and facilitators, supporting the new graduate nurse professionally and emotionally throughout the program.
- Focus on new graduate nurse or nurse without clinical exposure.
- This 2 month program is comprised of core and specialty curriculum and guided clinical experience and offered twice a year.
- Regular didactic classroom experiences & Hands on clinical experience
- A portion of the program (40%) focuses on courses featuring current and emerging clinical guidelines and standards, labs, and simulations.
- Clinical experience led by expert preceptors and mentors at the bedside makes up the remaining 60%.
- A preceptor and mentor provide professional guidance along with acclimation to the unit assigned.
- Routine debriefing sessions with trained facilitators provide a safe place to share experiences with other nurses in the cohort.
- Experiences to different units enhance communication between healthcare professionals.