Emergency Nurse Pediatric Course
ENPC Course is designed to improve the overall care of the
pediatric patient in the emergency care setting and to increase
the skill and confidence of emergency nurses who care for
Nurses who complete the class will
receive the Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC) Card
good for four years and 18.6 hours of nursing credit through
the ENA. Paramedics may audit this course without
receiving a card for 12 hours credit through the West Virginia
Office of Emergency Medical Services.
Provider course- Two days (12 to 16 hours)
- To describe the characteristics of life-threatening illness
and injury in children
To identify the anatomic and physiologic characteristics
of children as a basis for sings and symptoms.
To identify the most frequent causes of illness or injury
To describe the assessment of children with illness or injury.
To identify the appropriate nursing diagnoses and expected
outcomes based on the assessment findings.
To plan the specific interventions needed to manage the
child with illness or injury.
To evaluate the effectiveness of nursing interventions related
to patient outcomes.
To identify health promotion strategies related to the pediatric
Emergency Nurse Pediatric Course - Instructor
The ENPC Instructor Course is designed to give nurses who meet the prerequisites the necessary information and skill level needed to teach the ENPC Course.
Prerequisites: The instructor candidate must be:
- A registered nurse and have successfully completed an ENPC course or reverified as an ENPC provider in the last 12 months and obtained an instructor Potential rating.
- Experience in teaching is recommended but not required.
Objectives: Participants will -
- Review the skills from the ENPC Course
- Learn adult teaching methods
- Understand ENA ENPC course administration and forms
Validation: Nurses who complete the class will receive the Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC) Instructor Card good for four years and 8 hours of nursing credit through the ENA.
Class Length: This class is designed to be taught in a 8 hour course.
CAMC Life Support Training Center - 501 Morris Street, 5 East - CAMC General Hospital
Charleston, WV 25301
(304) 388-1856 Phone | (304) 388-1858 FAX | firstname.lastname@example.org