I am thinking of doing a combination of formal and seminar training to get into LNC. I have read a lot of thoughts on the VMI Course and some of the other formal education courses but has anyone taken or looked into the LNC Stat course.
My reasoning for taking the formal education is to really get beefed up on the legal processes and legal writing and presentation aspects of the field and then using the seminar format to learn how to market myself as an RN/LNC to the Lawyers. I have read some of the comments about the VMI course and it sounds like the 6 day seminar is a little to "Yea, look what I did. Don't you want to be like me?" Am I mistaken or does it sound a little to "self helpish".
The LNC Stat course looks a little more like a serious marketing course, being that it is offered by RN Market, A marketing company. If I'm wrong please let me know. I just want to make sure that I get the best education that I can afford and that will teach me the essential I need to have the best chance to succeed at the is endeavor.
Any information you may have about the difference in the courses would be greatly appreciatied.
Jun 3, '07
by sirI, MSN, APRN, NP
I will ask that the discussion please refrain from personalizations. This serves no useful purpose. We can agree to disagree on some topics/issues. But, this type of debate is not necessary.
And, I thank you for your professionalism.
Last edit by sirI on Jun 3, '07