Wound Care Certification Exam Preparation

$ 990.00

Wound Care Certification Exam Preparation

This course is designed to prepare candidates for the national certification exam leading to WCC certification through NAWCCB (https://www.nawccb.org/)

The National Alliance of Wound Care® has been determined that this program’s content does cover all of the domains that candidates who take the WCC® Certification Examination will be tested on. Therefore, this program’s graduates will be considered to have met the educational requirements and be permitted to test for the Wound Care Certified® certification. GMC has been listed on the website as a provider that has met the certification committee criteria, e.g. found here NAWCCB Education Providers.

This online on-demand course consolidates certification exam study materials into one online course with materials from basic to advanced knowledge on wound care essentials needed to pass the national certification exam. The materials are aligned with one another to assist with deeper understanding of essentials topics is wound care that are covered in the certification exam. The course materials include a study guide, flash cards, practice exams, and in-depth content on essential topics. This course provides evidence-based information in the areas anatomy and physiology of skin, wound prevention, assessment, and care, nutrition, lymphedema, pediatrics, vascular, physical therapy modalities, as well as bariatric, geriatric, pediatric, and the palliative care patient.

The course includes the textbook, Wound Care Certification Study Guide, and an in-depth reference book on wound care essentials and research. The course includes sample exams and other study tools and materials through our partnership with Mometrix Test Prepration.

The program fee does not include the national certification exam fee.




  • General skin care, roles and functions of the skin, breakdown of skin
  • Prevention and management of pressure injuries
  • Differential assessment and interventions for lower extremity ulcers, e.g., arterial, venous and neuropathic
  • Principles of wound debridement
  • Appropriate and cost effective topical therapy
  • Dressing categories and use based on patient assessment
  • Nutritional interventions that can enhance wound healing
  • Appropriate and cost-effective utilization of support surfaces
  • Systemic support for wound healing
  • Diabetic foot care
  • Reimbursement issues
  • Regulatory and legal issues
  • Collaborative practice guidelines

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