I just looked at the flyer http://jobview.monster.com/emergency-nurse-residency-program-job-elizabeth-nj-us-128410310.aspx
It doesn't say jack about possible job opportunities...
I'd ask (1) How many students are there, and (2) how many, if any, get hired afterward.
I guess $4,000 for another quarter of schooling is OK and it *might* help set one apart but I really doubt it. And their certifications are worth maybe $600... and you want to make sure the ACLS/PALS is American Heart and not some internal program... otherwise, they're worthless.
To me, seeing "glucometer" as a 'certification' is a red flag... you're talking about 10-minute inservice here... clean the finger, insert test strip, prick the finger, wipe the finger, squeeze the finger, apply the blood drop... wait... record the value... let the doc know if it's <80 or >250 (or so...) and draw a tube for lab verification if it's <45 or >450 (for our facility)... Return demo... you're 'certified'