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recertCRNA is live – sort of!

We finally made fully live. Well, “fully” is with a small caveat since AANA still has not approved our courses. Without AANA approval, we are not allowed to sell our courses. We decided to make the site live anyway, just blocking the sales of our products! You can browse our course catalog and see what we offer. Our pricing is published, although we do plan to launch with a big launch-discount. Share your email address, and we will keep you in the loop on when AANA allows us to go fully live.

One of the keys to our courses is their short sections. We only teach 8 to 12 minutes in each section, followed by a single-question Mini-Quiz. That’s it. Now you can continue or come back the next time you have a few minutes to spare. You do not have to worry about what you already learned; your testing on that learning is done. Now that is easy and practical. How often have you been halfway through a lecture, just to be interrupted by family or having to do a case? Me too. Way too often. Often I had to repeat some of the lectures or actually listen to the whole thing again because I could not find the correct answer on the final test. No more. With recertCRNA courses, you only do a short section each time, and then you move on with your day, whether that is back to family life or doing your next case — easy, simple, and straightforward learning.

All our courses are a-la-carte purchase. You do not have to commit to a course you do not care for, are not interested in at the moment, or do not have time to watch. You only commit to the number of courses that are relevant for you and that you have time to complete. Each course will have the longest possible time before expiration and you can see when it expires before you buy. No surprises.

recertCRNA will obviously upload your CE credits to the AANA portal when you have finished the course. We also give you the option to download a certificate of completion for your own records.

We still have contributors working on courses and will obviously launch these along the way when they are ready. We also encourage you to contact us if you are as passionate about teaching anesthesia as we are. We always have room for other passionate nurse anesthesia educators.

OK, back to working on the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for our website. Always something to learn.

Have a great day.

Things are shaping up – awesome

It has been a while since I last posted anything in this blog. That was not really the intention when I started. Things have just been a bit hectic. It is a lot of work to create and launch this new adventure. More so than I initially thought it would be. But, I love it. I would not trade it for anything. I am still very excited about the whole adventure. So, no complaints; just amazing that it has been a month since the last post.

I have figured out the platform and it does pretty much everything I want it to do at the moment. I have received most of my contributors’ presentations and converted those to videos with accompanying questions and answers. I have made the 1-click-sales pages, course pages with descriptions of the instructor, and the presentation they are giving. All in all, the site is coming along very nicely.

The next step is a lot more daunting though. How do I advertise this new baby. Without anybody knowing about it, I am sure I will have no sales! I have so busy with the content and the platform that I have not had time to really concentrate on the sales funnel. In the past I have resorted to sending out postcards advertising my services, but I think social media is the way to go these days. The question is then: How to do a social media campaign? This will be a challenge for sure, but I am thrilled about learning how to do it. This baby is a success and I need to feed it. It needs nurturing and loving care. Well, that is what parents do, right!

So, off to learn about social media and how to utilize it for advertisement.

See y’all later.