Clinical Staffing and Scheduling Certification Course™
This 4-day evidence based program is designed for schedulers, staffers, coordinators or managers of the resource center, directors of nursing administration, nurse executives, financial or decision support analysts. It concentrates on the essential skills necessary to supervise and evaluate scheduling and staffing across multiple units. Participants completing this program will receive a Clinical Staffing and Scheduling Certificate, 24.5 continuing education contact hours for RNs through the CA Board of Registered Nursing.
- A workbook
- Electronic forms used in class
- Examples and reference documents
- 1-copy of the PSS™ Annual Survey of Hours Report© – PDF Version
This program can be offered at your location. Group pricing is available upon request.
LMI Reserves the right to transfer all registrations to another date if the minimum class size of eight- (8) attendees is unmet 6- weeks prior to the course program date. Registrations may be transferred to another person at your organization. Upon request vendors or consulting companies may request onsite programs for their staff. All registrants MUST be working within a Healthcare System at the time of the class. Cancellations prior to 6-weeks of the program date will be assessed a $250.00 cancellation fee. Cancellations within 1 to 5 weeks of the program date are non-refundable. Lunches & program materials included. Transportation, lodging, all other expenses are additional.
- Duration: 4 Days
- Language: English
- Location: Bloomington, MN
- Prerequisites: No
- Course Capacity: Limited
- Certificate: Yes
LMI FacultyHeadquartered in Bloomington, Minnesota, the Labor Management Institute, Inc. (LMI) offers workforce management education, research and consulting services specializing in operations, budgeting, financial management, employee scheduling and staffing to budget, productivity management and report automation for healthcare and other industries nationally and internationally. LMI is a recognized leader in workforce management and publishes the Labor Management Institute's Perspectives On Staffing & Scheduling (PSS™) Newsletter© and the PSS™ Annual Survey of Hours Report©, now in its 30th year.