The Canadian Certified Simulation Nurse Educator (CCSNE) Exam
Fall: September 26-27, 2019 (Registration deadline: September 11)
A sitting of the exam is offered twice a year, in the spring and fall.
Certification for the nurse educator working in simulation represents a national mark of excellence in the field of teaching and learning related to simulation theory, design, practice, and scholarship. It communicates to academic institutions, faculty, students, and the community that the educator has achieved and maintains a high academic standard in this area of nursing practice. Those candidates who are successful on the CCSNE exam will earn the Canadian Certified Simulation Nurse Educator (CCSNE) designation, including the right to include it in their signature, and the CCSNE pin.
The primary goal of the CCSNE certification is to promote high-quality nursing education in Canada by fostering excellence among nurse educators using simulation in their teaching.
The CCSNE examination assesses candidates on their knowledge and expertise related to simulation theory, design, and facilitation; interprofessional education in simulation; evaluation; and scholarship in simulation.
The requirements for eligibility to write the CCSNE Exam are as follows:
For more information, please review the CCSNE Exam Booklet.