Will it help to take US Certified Post Graduate Training and Seminars from NCCLEX - page 2

It was referred to me by my friend in the US who said her training there helped her so much in her work right now! I plan to enrol but i'd like to ask for suggestions from you guys! please... Read More

  1. by   pagcoritannurse06
    I think it ill help you but the organizer will benifit more from you.
  2. by   suzanne4
    That school can call their programs whatever they want, but the training done in them is not accepted in the US. Any job offer that you get, and you will be given the training for it here in the US.

    Do the training because you may wish to learn something, but not because you can use it in the US; it is not accepted here.
  3. by   oneproudigorot
    IMHO, a lot of Philippine schools could not possibly equip their students with all the skills needed when they're at the bedside. So if you have extra cash then go for it. It wouldn't hurt you, but be on the lookout because it may just be another money-making scheme.

    I am having difficulty with my nursing skills but i do know the theories well. It is true, as the other posters tell, that most hospitals will usually require you to be trained or retrained with all the nursing procedures before you could actually handle patients.

    The hospital I am working in will be conducting classes in basic life support and triage nursing and I won't have to spend any single cent for it.
  4. by   xinammon
    whew! didn't know that and I was about to take those seminars. Thanks!
  5. by   suzanne4
    First thing that should make you suspect. NCLEX is the licensing exam for the US, its name is never used on a school or review center. Any use of anything similar and they are trying to confuse people and nothing more than that.

    They can say what ever they want about their programs, but it comes down to the fact that no employer in the US is going to accept and of them and will pay for you to get trained in what ever they require.

    Your choice as to what to do. Also be aware that since there is about a five year wait, most of these courses are only good for two years and have to be renewed every two years as well.
  6. by   spongebob6286
    NCCLEX trainings are very expensive! maybe because as they said, they are recognized in US. i was also interested in their program but upon knowing its cost... no..no..no..
  7. by   suzanne4
    Quote from spongebob6286
    NCCLEX trainings are very expensive! maybe because as they said, they are recognized in US. i was also interested in their program but upon knowing its cost... no..no..no..
    They said that they are recognized, but they are not. Just a bunch of garbage to make you take their courses. As we keep stating over and over again here, not one of their programs or classes is recognized in the US. Any employer will make you take it again if it is required. And more importantly, any of these so-called courses that they offer that they state are accepted have renewals every two years that are required. They become obsolete.

    But bet that they did not tell you that. They are tring to make it seem like they are affiliated with things in the US because of their name, but they are not in any way shape, or form.

    Shoddy business practice when you try to confuse someone like this.
  8. by   p_aq09
    hey, just wonderin if you still took up the trainings offered by ncclex coz i'm planning to take it up as well.

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