The Adult Moderate Skill Verification
The Adult Moderate Skill Verification utilizes the blended learning model or better known as “flipping the classroom” learning format. After completion of online didactic material, the student attends the 1.5-2 hour classroom skill verification where the didactic content is transitioned into assessment of a “live” patient, identification and reversal of common complications associated with sedation, and airway techniques lead by a National Sedation Center Instructor. After completion and achieving a passing score both from the online exam and scoring of skills, the student achieves certification in Adult Moderate Sedation and is placed in a national primary source database for electronic verification of certification.
Initial Certification: Completion of the following online programs available at www.nationalsedationcenter.com
- Foundational Knowledge: Adult Minimal Sedation
- Adult Moderate Sedation
Re-certification: Completion of the following online program available at www.nationalsedationcenter.com
- Re-certification Adult Moderate Sedation (Available after July 1st, 2017)
Students will need to present the following upon entering the classroom for the Adult Moderate Sedation Skill Verification:
- Proof of Completion of Foundational Knowledge: Adult Minimal Sedation with either a copy of the students Foundational Knowledge: Adult Moderate Sedation card or copy of the CE/CME certificate.
- Proof of completion of Adult Moderate Sedation with copy of the CE/CME form.