NNCC Reduces Recertification Costs
for CNN, CDN, and CNN-NP
Great news! NNCC has listened to your concerns about your continuing education costs and has reduced the price of recertification through continuing education for the CNN, CDN, and CNN-NP credentials. Effective January 1, 2019, for those due to expire January 1, 2019 and beyond, NNCC will reduce fees as follows:
CNN and CDN Certificants:
- Recertication by CE fee – Reduced from $250 to $175
- Recertication by CE Fee – Reduced from $225 to $150 (for members of the American Nephrology Nurses Association, the National Kidney Foundation, and the Nurses Organization of Veterans Affairs)
- Recertification by CE fee – Reduced from $350 to $300
- Recertification by CE fee – Reduced from $325 to $275 (for members of the American Nephrology Nurses Association, the National Kidney Foundation, and the Nurses Organization of Veterans Affairs)
Apply by November 30
for Career Mobility Scholarships
- Technicians and LPN/LVNs – Multiple $3,000 scholarships); apply by November 30.
- Advanced Practice Nurses – One $5,000 scholarship; apply by November 30.
FAQ: What Does the CCHT-A Credential Mean?
When you earn your CCHT-A credential, you’ve demonstrated that you’ve reached an advanced level of practice and clinical experience in your current role that was validated by examination. To learn more about CCHT-A, click here and to see what is covered in the CCHT-A certification examination, download this Certification Preparation Guide.
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