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Frequently Asked Questions

Whom do I contact if I have technical issues or questions?
We apologize if you are experiencing technical issues. You can reach a technical support member by emailing nursecert@vohraphysicians.com, or by calling 954-239-7342.
How can I access the course study guides?
Each learning module has a downloadable Study Guide that can be used to take notes and study. To access the downloadable Study Guides follow these steps:
  • Go to the My Lessons page
  • Access the Module that you need the study guide for
  • Click on the section “Take lesson and access study guide”
  • You will find a green link to download the study guide in the area called “Materials”
How can I download my certificate?
To download the CE Credits related to the Vohra Wound Care Certification learning Modules, after you have successfully completed all the required learning Modules, respective Quizzes, and online Final Exam, follow these steps:
  • Go to the “Download Certificates” section
  • Keep in mind that you need to be logged in to your account in order to view the CNE certificate area. You are able to download the Certificate from the icon in the course called “Get CNE Certification” in the “My Account” area.
Update Password
To change your password once you are logged in, follow these steps:
  • Make sure that you are logged out.
  • Click on the option Login/Register area. A pop up will open automatically.
  • Click on the option “Lost your Password?”.
  • Open your email and follow the steps provided.
Forgot Password
The password reset can be completed in the “LOG IN” area following these steps:
  • Make sure that you log out.
  • Click on the option Login/Register area. A pop up will open automatically.
  • Click on the option “Lost Your Password?”.
  • Open your email and follow the steps provided.

I would like more information regarding the Vohra Wound Care Certification.
Vohra Wound Physicians developed this practical and specialized educational program as a result of the hard work of hundreds of physicians and decades of practice in wound care. The program is offered exclusively online and consists of 11 core modules, 3 optional modules, individual quizzes, downloadable study guides, and a final exam. Our course is offered to any registered nurse (RN, LPN, APRN, FNP, etc).
There are no clinical hours required, our education content including our quizzes, study guides, and final examination are to be accessed and completed online.
The Vohra Wound Care Course is nationally recognized, it is self-paced, and it is the most widely used and least expensive path to wound care certification nationwide. Many nurses have signed up for our course simply because they to want to advance their careers and leverage their knowledge and skills when it comes to wound care management in order to better serve their patients.
There are (2) different plans available for our program:
Wound Care Certification –RN, LPNs, LVNs / Facility based: To provide the best educational value for our users, Vohra Wound Care combined the benefits of the three (3) original Wound Care Certification options—the CNE Certificate, Wound Care Certification + CNE Certificate, Wound Care Certificate—into one inclusive offering, the Vohra Wound Care Certification, priced $650.
The All New Wound Care Certification –Home Health based RNs: We are also excited to announce an all new Certification which is priced at $650. This course has been developed by practicing wound care physicians with 20 years of experience in wound care.
The Continuing Education credits are approved by Maryland Nurses Association (MNA) and recognized by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). The Maryland Nurses Association (MNA) is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Commission on Accreditation (COA). The ANCC COA accreditation signifies that educational activities approved by MNA meet national standards for quality continuing nursing education.
You will find the registration page and additional course description following this link here
Is this program offered to international nurses?
Yes! The program is offered to international nurses.
How long does the certification program take?
The course is self-paced and consists of 11 core modules, 3 optional modules and a final exam. Each module includes a video presentation, individual quiz and a study guide. Course materials are completely available as soon as the course begins. The assignments and exams do not have start or due dates.
What if I fail the quizzes and/or final exam?
You are allowed unlimited attempts when taking the individual quizzes and final exam.
Can I still register for the program even if I do not have wound care experience?
You do not need to have experience in wound care in order to take the course. Our course was developed to provide entry level knowledge to nurses interested in wound care at an affordable price.
What content does the course review?
Our comprehensive program will provide you evidence-based education on the following topics:
  • Acute and Chronic Wound Management
  • Wound Healing
  • Wound Care Treatment Options
  • Nutrition
  • Support Surfaces
  • Management & Treatment of Vascular Ulcers
  • Atypical Wounds
  • Infection Control
  • Geriatric Skin Conditions
  • Wound Rounds and Assessment
  • Pressure Ulcers – Regulatory Requirements
Optional Modules:
  • Preventing Re-Hospitalization
  • Delayed Wound Healing
  • Ostomy Care
Will I be able to add any credentials to my name upon finishing the Vohra Wound Care Certification?
Yes, “Vohra Wound Care Nurse” or “VWCN” may be added to your set of credentials.
After successful completion of the final exam, you will receive a certificate certifying you as a VWCN, Vohra Wound Certified Nurse.
Our program is not affiliated with any other national program. We are an independent national physician group with over 20 years of experience in wound care services. We developed this 100% online program as an affordable option for nurses and other allied medical professionals to expand their knowledge and earn a nationally recognized certificate as well as continuing nursing education credits, if applicable (continuing nursing education credits only applicable for the US).
I’m not a nurse, am I still eligible to register for the certification program?
Allied health professionals including physicians, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and medical assistants are eligible to take the course and earn the certification. However, the continuing education credits are only offered to nurses, that includes RNs, LPNs, LVNs, ARNPs.
Are you affiliated with the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy (NAWCO)?
Our program was developed by Vohra Wound Physicians, the largest group of wound clinicians in the United States, with more than 20 years of clinical experience providing wound care services to more than 2,500 skilled nursing facilities in 27 states, with thousands of patients treated every month. The Vohra Wound Care Certification is designed to share that level of experience and knowledge that will empower you to become a wound care expert within your facility. While our certification is not affiliated with the National Alliance of Wound Care and Ostomy (NAWCO), you will still hold a set of credentials that represents Vohra’s reputation for excellence.
Furthermore, the CNE credits earned through the program are approved by the Maryland Nurses Association (MNA) and recognized by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). The ANCC accreditation signifies that educational activities approved by MNA meet national standards for quality continuing nursing education. Having said that, please note that the state licensing boards of California and Iowa have some exceptions to their acceptance.
Will I be able to take the state boards after taking the class?
After successful completion of the final exam, you will receive a certificate credentialing you as a VWCN, Vohra Wound Certified Nurse. You will also earn continuing education credits, as applicable. Vohra is recognized nationally as an authority on wound care. However, our course was developed to provide entry level knowledge to nurses interested in wound care at an affordable price but was not written to specifically prepare individuals for the Board Certification Exam.
Which licensing boards accept the CNE credits?
All RN licensing boards nationwide acknowledge and accept contact hours from accredited providers. The state licensing boards of California and Iowa have put some caveats on their acceptance. Both the California Board of Registered Nursing and the Iowa board say that if the provider ENTERS their state and presents an activity, the provider must also apply to the that state’s board for approval, in order for the nurses from CA and IA to use the contact hours for renewing their licenses. The CA Board of Registered Nursing considers internet learning and other types of home study to be out-of-state, unless the provider is located in CA. They are in Sacramento, and their number is 916-322-3350. The Iowa Board of Nursing considers internet and other types of home study to be in-state. Their number is 515-281-3255.
Once I pass the course and earn my certificate, is there a recertification process?
Once you complete the program and earn your certificate, it will stay active forever. Therefore, there is no recertification process required.
Do you have to complete any clinical hours as part of the program?
No, there are no clinical hours required.
After taking and passing the course can I put WCC down as a title?
No, you will not be able to use WCC initials after completion of our course. After successful completion of the final exam, you will receive a certificate certifying you as a VWCN, Vohra Wound Certified Nurse. This is different than a WCC certification which is a separate program with WCEI. Our program is not affiliated with any other national program. We are an independent national physician group with over 20 years of experience in wound care services. We developed this 100% on line program as an affordable option for nurses and other allied medical professionals to expand their knowledge and earn a nationally recognized certificate as well as continuing education credits, if applicable.
Are the CNEs approved for Florida (or any state other than California and Iowa) nurses?
Yes, the CNEs are approved for Florida nurses. The credits earned through the program are approved by the Maryland Nurses Association (MNA) and are recognized by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). The ANCC accreditation signifies that educational activities approved by MNA meet national standards for quality continuing nursing education.
Are the CNEs approved for Iowa or California?
The CNE credits are approved by the Maryland Nurses Association (MNA) and recognized by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). The Maryland Nurses Association (MNA) is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Commission on Accreditation (COA). The ANCC COA accreditation signifies that educational activities approved by MNA meet national standards for quality continuing nursing education.
All RN licensing boards nationwide acknowledge and accept contact hours from accredited providers. The state licensing boards of California and Iowa have put some caveats on their acceptance. Both the California Board of Registered Nursing and the Iowa board say that if the provider ENTERS their state and presents an activity, the provider must also apply to the that state’s board for approval, in order for the nurses from CA and IA to use the contact hours for renewing their licenses. The CA Board of Registered Nursing considers internet learning and other types of home study to be out-of-state, unless the provider is located in CA. They are in Sacramento, and their number is 916-322-3350. The Iowa Board of Nursing considers internet and other types of home study to be in-state. Their number is 515-281-3255.

How much is the course?
Wound Care Certification –RN, LPNs, LVNs / Facility based: To provide the best educational value for our users, Vohra Wound Care combined the benefits of the three (3) original Wound Care Certification options—the CNE Certificate, Wound Care Certification + CNE Certificate, and Wound Care Certificate—into one inclusive offering, the Vohra Wound Care Certification, priced at $650.
The Revamped Vohra Wound Care Certification includes the Wound Care Certificate, CNE Certificate, 11 Core Modules + 3 Optional Modules, Study Guides and Quizzes per module, and the Final Exam.
The All New Wound Care Certification for Home Health based RNs is an all new Certification we are also excited to announce. The all new wound care certification includes the Wound Care Certificate, CNE Certificate, 10 Core Modules + 5 Optional Modules, Study Guides and Quizzes per module, and the Final Exam.
The Certification is priced at $650. This course was developed by practicing wound care physicians with 20 years of experience in wound care.
What are the different ways I can pay for the course?
We accept any of the following major credit or debit cards: Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, and American Express.
Can I pay using a check?
No, unfortunately we do not accept checks as a form of payment.
Do you offer any group discounts for the Vohra Wound Care Certification program?
We do not offer any group discounts for the Vohra Wound Care Certification Program.

Is this program certified?
Vohra’s Wound Care Certification is internationally accredited as a CPD program, compatible with the required Continuing Professional Development global standards and benchmarks.
What CPD stands for?
CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. Engaging in Continuing Professional Development ensures that both academic and practical qualifications do not become outdated or obsolete, allowing individuals to continually ‘up skill’ or ‘re-skill’ themselves, regardless of occupation, age, or educational level.
Where is this accreditation accepted?
Whilst based in the UK, the CPD Certification Service accreditation operates internationally and meets the CPD requirements and expectations for all professional bodies, regulators and membership organizations across the globe. This means that a professional attending an accredited CPD training activity outside of the UK can receive a CPD Certificate of Attendance, which can then be used towards both national and international CPD requirements.
How is CPD recorded?
An individual is responsible of keeping track of their annual Continuing Professional Development activities on a CPD record form and must ensure it is correct, up to date and meets the requirements of their professional body of association. The CPD undertaken is recorded by a CPD Certificate of Attendance, CPD Self-Assessment forms and personal CPD Record Cards. Once a CPD certified activity has been delivered, the attendee can update their CPD record sheet and attach the associated certificate.
What are the benefits of CPD?
CPD helps individuals to regularly focus on how they can become a more competent and effective professional. Training and learning increases confidence, overall capability, and compliments career aspirations.
Who requires CPD?
Most institutions provide their members with Continuing Professional Development requirements generally as a required annual number of hours. These CPD hours are sometimes converted to points, units or credits. The majority of institutions allow members to choose subjects of relevance to them as individuals, a minority also require their members to seek CPD on a range of core subjects.
More and more employers are taking a proactive and supporting role with the CPD required by their employees. Aside from industry associations, CPD’s importance within general enterprise is growing, as more employers see the benefits of more highly skilled, motivated and committed workforce.

Whom do I contact if I have technical issues or questions?
We apologize if you are experiencing technical issues. You can reach a technical support member by emailing nursecert@vohraphysicians.com, or by calling 954-239-7342.
How can I access the course study guides?
Each learning module has a downloadable Study Guide that can be used to take notes and study. To access the downloadable Study Guides follow these steps:
  • Go to the My Lessons page
  • Access the Module that you need the study guide for
  • Click on the section “Take lesson and access study guide”
  • You will find a green link to download the study guide in the area called “Materials”
How can I download my certificate?
To download the Vohra Wound Care Certificate after you have successfully completed all the required learning Modules, respective quizzes and online Final Exam, follow these steps:
  • Go to the “Download Certificates” section
  • Keep in mind that you need to be logged in to your account in order to view the certificate area. You will see a Certificate icon in the “My Account” area on the Course called “Final Exam for Certification”.
Update Password
To change your password once you are logged in, follow these steps:
  • Make sure that you are logged out.
  • Click on the option Login/Register area. A pop up will open automatically.
  • Click on the option “Lost your Password?”.
  • Open your email and follow the steps provided.
Forgot Password
The password reset can be completed in the “LOG IN” area following these steps:
  • Make sure that you log out.
  • Click on the option Login/Register area. A pop up will open automatically.
  • Click on the option “Lost Your Password?”.
  • Open your email and follow the steps provided.

Is this program offered to international nurses?
Yes! The program is offered to international nurses.
What if I fail the quizzes and/or final exam?
You are allowed unlimited attempts when taking the individual quizzes and final exam.
Can I still register for the program even if I do not have wound care experience?
You do not need to have experience in wound care in order to take the course. Our course was developed to provide entry level knowledge to nurses interested in wound care at an affordable price.
Will I be able to add any credentials to my name upon finishing the Vohra Wound Care Certification?
Yes, “Vohra Wound Care Nurse” or “VWCN” may be added to your set of credentials.
After successful completion of the final exam, you will receive a certificate certifying you as a VWCN, Vohra Wound Certified Nurse.
Our program is not affiliated with any other national program. We are an independent national physician group with over 20 years of experience in wound care services. We developed this 100% online program as an affordable option for nurses and other allied medical professionals to expand their knowledge and earn a nationally recognized certificate as well as continuing nursing education credits, if applicable (continuing nursing education credits only applicable for the US).
Once I pass the course and earn my certificate, is there a recertification process?
Once you complete the program and earn your certificate, it will stay active forever. Therefore, there is no recertification process required.
Do you have to complete any clinical hours as part of the program?
No, there are no clinical hours required.
What content does the International Vohra Wound Care Certification review?
Our comprehensive program will provide you evidence-based education on the following topics:
  • Acute and Chronic Wound Management
  • Wound Healing
  • Wound Care Treatment Options
  • Nutrition
  • Support Surfaces
  • Management & Treatment of Vascular Ulcers
  • Atypical Wounds
  • Infection Control
  • Geriatric Skin Conditions
Optional Module:
  • Delayed Wound Healing
How long does the Vohra Wound Care Certification program take?
The program takes approximately 25 hours. The course is self-paced and consists of 9 core modules, 1 optional module and a final exam. Each module includes a video presentation, individual quiz and a study guide. Course materials are completely available as soon as the course begins. The assignments and exams do not have start or due dates.
I’m not a nurse, am I still eligible to register for the International Vohra Wound Care Certification program?
Allied health professionals including physicians, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and medical assistants are eligible to take the course and earn the certification.
I would like more information regarding the International Vohra Wound Care Certification.
Vohra Wound Physicians developed this practical and specialized educational program as a result of the hard work of hundreds of physicians and decades of practice in wound care. The program is offered exclusively online to any registered nurse (RN, LPN, APRN, FNP, etc).
There are no clinical hours required, our education content including our quizzes, study guides, and final examination are to be accessed and completed online.
The Vohra Wound Care Course is internationally recognized, it is self-paced, and it is the most widely used and least expensive path to wound care certification worldwide. Many nurses have signed up for our course simply because they to want to advance their careers and leverage their knowledge and skills when it comes to wound care management in order to better serve their patients.
The International Vohra Wound Care Certification is priced $108 and includes the Wound Care Certificate, 9 Core Modules for Certificate , 1 Optional Module, Downloadable Study Guides for each module, individual Quiz for each module, and the Final Exam.
You will find the registration page and additional course description following this link here.

What are the different ways I can pay for the course?
We accept any of the following major credit or debit cards: Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, and American Express.
Can I pay using a check?
No, unfortunately we do not accept checks as a form of payment.
Do you offer any group discounts for the Vohra Wound Care Certification program?
We do not offer any group discounts for the Vohra Wound Care Certification Program.
How much is the International Vohra Wound Care Certification course?
The International Vohra Wound Care Certification is priced $108 and includes the Wound Care Certificate, 9 Core Modules for Certificate , 1 Optional Module, Downloadable Study Guides for each module, an individual Quiz for each module, and the Final Exam.

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