Why You Should Consider Wicks
Educational Associates, Inc.
Wicks Educational Associates, Inc. faculty believes that
the learning experience must be individualized, responsive
to the students learning needs and the course must be
stimulating, foster creativity and promote
Wicks Educational Associates Nursing Education Programs
has been accredited by the Wound, Ostomy and Continence
Nurses Society (WOCN®) since 1991.
WEA has teaching staff with over 50 years of teaching
excellence in the specialty.
WEA offers a unique approach to education with the
flexibility to meet the individual learning needs of the
Availability and accessibility of professional staff to
mentor the student and support the learning experience.
An experienced and well trained support staff available to
assist with administrative and clinical preceptor issues.
All our nursing education programs are fully accredited by
Benefits of becoming a board certified
WOC or WCS Nurse
WOCN certification is recognized as the Gold Standard for
Advanced knowledge in a nursing specialty.
Upon completion of the program the learner will advance
their knowledge, clinical skills and demonstrate effective
communication, leadership skills and critical thinking to
support advanced decision making.
Improved patient care and clinical outcomes.
Ability to manage complex problems related to wounds,
abdominal stomas and incontinence.
Cost effective and cost efficient nursing care.
A BSN or Bachelor’s Degree in another discipline.
One year practicing as a Registered Nurse.
One year of clinical nursing experience following
licensure within the past five years.
The WOC Nursing Education Program has been accredited by
the Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society (WOCN®)
Program Co-Director, MS, ARNP,
As a CWOCN, Julie has a background in
many of the different practice areas including participating
in starting both an more....
Program Co-Director, MSN, RN,
Carol Calianno, Program Co-Director,
has been a board certified Wound Ostomy Continence Nurse
since 1998. more...