Staying on Top of Continuing Education as a Travel Nurse
As a travel nurse, sometimes staying on track with your continuing education can take a back seat to all of your exciting adventures on the road. At Supplemental Health Care, we understand that when you are on a travel assignment, you may not be thinking about your CE requirements, so we have made it easy for you.
Whether you have worked for Supplemental Health Care for years or are just starting out with us, we have partnered with nationally recognized e-learning providers as part of Supplemental University. To be eligible for Supplemental University, all you have to do is register with us and receive great discounts with all of our learning partners. And when you work with Supplemental Health Care, you automatically receive a free one-year subscription to MyFreeCE.com.
Meeting your licensure and certification requirements doesn’t have to be a burden. The e-learning courses are available 24 hours a day and can be accessed anywhere you have an internet connection. Whether you are out of town on an assignment or at home in between assignments, staying current with your continuing education can’t get any easier.
As 2017 winds to a close, now is the time to review all of your credentialing requirements to see where you stand for 2018. Don’t wait until you are up against a deadline before planning your education schedule for the New Year. You can also plan your CE into a resolution and learn a new skill. As a travel nurse, you have access to countless opportunities across the U.S., and choosing the right CE can help you elevate your career options!
Supplemental Health Care wants to help you excel in your nursing career. Check out the courses available through Supplemental University and MyFreeCE.com and set your path for 2018. If you are still unsure about how it works, call your recruiter for more information.
What are your continuing education plans for the coming year ahead? Are you planning for renewal or are you ready to explore a new skill or certification? Share your thoughts in the comment section below or join the discussion on our Facebook page.