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Trauma Nurse Core Course

The Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) developed and implemented the Trauma Nurses Core Course (TNCC) for national and international dissemination as a means of identifying a standardized body of trauma nursing knowledge.

The TNCC course is designed to provide the student with the cognitive knowledge and psychomotor skills. The purpose of TNCC is to present core-level knowledge, refine skills, and build a firm foundation in trauma nursing.

The TNCC course is taught by an Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) certified instructor.

Upon completion passing students receive an Emergency Nurses Association TNCC certification.

The TNCC class is available in two formats

A 1-day renewal format. To take this course you must have a current TNCC certification as of the date of the class.
Register for Upcoming TNCC 1-day Class

A 2-day provider format for all other students.

Register for Upcoming TNCC 2-day Class

Get your answers here:

A: LPN’s can audit TNCC, but there will not be a certification issued
A: Yes, TNCC expires every 4 years
A: EdCor of course!
A: TNCC Certificate lasts 4 years.
A: To renew TNCC you need to sign up for a TNCC Course
A: To pass TNCC you MUST study. The items covered in class are not necessarily on the test. In order to pass TNCC you must come prepared and have looked at the book provided
A: In order to become a TNCC Instructor you need to call us to express your interest so that we can look to set up a TNCC Instructor Course
A: TNCC is a course that focuses on scenario and comprehensive learning for nurses that deal with the care oftrauma patients
A: Renewal needs to be before the certification expires.
A: TNCC is a course that is managed by ENA (Emergency Nurses Association) and offered by EdCor.