The Certified Health Unit Coordinator Training Review gives you 5 contact hours to apply toward your CHUC recertification by NAHUC.
This continuing education course is designed to help the Certified Health Unit Coordinator to review the basics of the HUC position. It will also prep you for the NAHUC exam if you choose to take the exam obtain your CHUC recertification.
The course material is set up to go along with a textbook. It is however up to the student to use the textbook.
Taking this continuing education training, you will earn a 5 contact-hour credit towards your CHUC recertification.
As you already know if you are a Health Unit Coordinator, your field of specialty evolves constantly: your employer may require you to participate in best-practice program implementation, or State & Federal regulatory review programs, etc. Continuing education is a must in your career.
NAHUC mandates a recertification every three years. The conditions stated in their handbook are as follows:
“Certification is a privilege. It is your responsibility to maintain your certification. You may renew your certification in one of two ways:
1. By providing proof to the NAHUC Certification Board of having acquired thirty-six (36) NAHUC contact hours for various educational activities during the three (3) year certification period; or
2. By passing the certification examination before your certification expiration date.
Upon satisfying either of these requirements, you will be recertified as a CHUC and issued a new certification card and recertification certificate. You will retain your original certification identification number and date.
Failure to meet either recertification requirement will result in the revocation of your certification. In order to become certified again, you will have to re-take the examination.”
WeCareOnlineClasses.com encourages you to take every step to pursue you career goals with continuing education training. The CHUC recertification requires 36 contact-hours: our course brings you a 5 contact-hours credit. When you take the course early, you give yourself enough time to review and expand your knowledge as a Health Unit Coordinator, and you avoid the stress of last-minute study.
More importantly, your career as an HUC can only benefit from this continuing education as you put yourself in a stronger position to serve your patients, your colleagues, your team and your employer.
Other relevant links:
To recertify, a Certified Health Unit Coordinator must either acquire 36 NAHUC contact hours over a three-year period…
This Health Unit Coordinator course introduces the student to the health care facility environment and procedures. Students will become acquainted with their role in the health care setting, …
This course offers a comprehensive understanding of medical terminology. Knowledge of basic medical terminology is required to perform successfully as a Health Unit Coordinator in a clinical setting…
This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of MS Word processing software as it applies to document creation in a medical setting. It provides for 30 contact hours to apply toward your NAHUC Certification Renewal…
If you are a facility registering a student, be sure to use the Facility Registration button