A Nursing Foot Care Provider is a Nurse or a Nurse Practitioner (each state regulations can differ) who has taken in addition to their formal training in nursing, specialized training in foot care.
A Nursing Foot Care Provider is an essential member of the healthcare team. They can work independently in their own private practice or work in a multidisciplinary setting. They collaborate with Physicians, Podiatrists, Social Workers, Nurses, Wound Clinics and other health care professionals.
Foot and Nail Care Hands-On Training Includes:
Foot and Nail Care Hands-On Training in a supervised clinical setting.
Comprehensive Assessment of the Lower Extremities
General Information on Toenail Trim & Reducing Toenail Thickness
Instrument Orientation/ Instruments and Supplies are Provided In Clinical
General Guidelines for Foot Care
Patient Education/ Recommendations/ Handouts
"INCLUDES"... foot care items to get you started (Professional Nail Nipper and Cutter, Professional Emery Boards, Curette, Protective Eye Wear, Anti-Dusk Mask)
Benefits of Having Your Own Nursing Foot Care Practice
Considering becoming a Certified Foot Care Nurse (CFCN) or Certified Foot Care Specialist (CFCS) ?
O= Owning Your “Own” Private Practice
T= Time to spend more with Family and Friends
N= No More Monday Blues
U= Unlimited Success
R= Rewarding Career
S= Serving Others
E= Extra Income
"Becoming board certified is a voluntary process that requires consistent evaluations of a nurse’s professional knowledge and skills."
"While a nurse who is not board certified may possess basic entry-level skills, he or she may not have the specialized skills and experience to adequately provide expert care."
"Board certification ensures that a nurse is knowledgeable and well qualified to provide specialized care to meet the patient's foot care needs."
North Carolina Academy of Nursing Foot Care, PLLC provides 20 hours of foot and nail care hands-on training, which fulfill the clinical requirements needed to take the foot care certification exam with the American Foot Care Nurses Association and also a portion of the clinical requirements needed to take the foot care certification exam with the Wound Ostomy and Continence Nursing Certification Board (WOCNCB).
(If your goal is to apply for AFCNA or WOCNCB foot care certification examinations, visit www.afcna.org or www.wocncb.org for information and requirements.)
Hands-On Foot Care Clinical Fee:
Investment of $1,099 and in just 3 days/ 20 hands-on hours to learn a new career & hands-on routine foot care skills which leverages previous nursing experience
Meals and refreshments will be provided during clinical
Includes...foot care items to get you started ( Professional Nail Nipper and Cutter, Professional Emery Boards, Curette, Protective Eye Wear, Anti-Dusk Mask)
(Foot and Nail Care Hands- On Training fee does not include Flight, Ground Transportation, or Hotel)
Clinical Registration Requirements for Participates:
Proof of a current license is required prior to start of Foot and Nail Care Clinical. Participants must be licensed Registered Nurses or Nurse Practitioners. (Please email proof of current license to email@example.com or mail information to P.O. Box 17407, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27116)
If you require a reasonable accommodation or dietary requirements or allergies please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org at least 2 weeks prior to class so appropriate arrangements can be made.
(Cancellation Policy) We understand that there are times when individuals must miss planned events due to emergencies or obligations for work or family. Should you need to cancel or transfer your registration please contact us at 833-827-3313 and/or email@example.com
If we receive your cancellation 7 days before your clinical dates we will give 100% refund or you may transfer your registration. However, no refunds will be issued without and 7 day advance notice.
Our Foot and Nail Care Training is provided for information and training purposes only. Before starting a Nursing Foot Care Business, consult with the Board of Nursing in your state as each state regulation can differ. For information and requirements needed to take the WOCNCB foot care certification exam, visit www.WOCNCB.org
Thank-you for allowing North Carolina Academy of Nursing Foot Care, PLLC to be apart of your Career Journey.