Special Announcement: CE Credit Expanding!

Over the past year, we’ve published a handful of shows that have given listeners a chance to earn Class A continuing education credits through the AANA. Today we’re beyond excited to reveal that this opportunity is expanding, and we have all the details on this special episode.

Click here to download the Certification of Completion to get Class B CE Credit

Click the timestamps below to help you navigate through the many topics we discussed.

On This Episode:

The idea began as many of the podcast’s greatest ideas do: a suggestion from listeners.

Over the past year we’ve been able to create educational opportunities on this podcast that can be used for Class A credits. Thanks to our partnership with the AANA, some of our past episodes have been listed on AANACKN.com. Here’s the list of qualifying episodes: 

As of today, this podcast will taken on an expanded role when it comes to continuing education. We want you to listen to this special episode to get all of the details so we’ll leave you with a little bit of a tease here, but we’ll give you a quick recap.

Beyond the Mask is excited to announce, in conjunction with NBCRNA.com, that ALL our episodes are now eligible for Class B CE credits – up to a total of 40 units in a four year credentialing cycle! After listening, simply download, complete and submit the PDF certificate to receive your Class B credits!

Today’s show is short, so it’ll only take a few minutes of your time, but we’d love to hear your feedback once you listen. Thanks to all of our listeners who have given us ideas like this and each of you who have made this show as valuable as it is to our profession. It couldn’t be done without you.

1:08 – Listeners gave us this wonderful idea.

1:32 – Time for the big announcement!

2:11 – How the credits breakdown.

2:25 – Class A vs Class B

4:01 – This is one of the most exciting things we’ve been able to announce lately.  

4:48 – Class A credits require an evaluation piece.  


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