Psychomotor Skills Review: Online
This course is for both Registered Nurses (RNs) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs). Learners will develop competencies in psychomotor skills necessary to provide safe patient care. They will discuss the roles and responsibilities of the RN when performing psychomotor skills, examine the impact of research and technology and compare current practice standards to their own level of knowledge, judgment and skill. Emphasis is placed on communication skills, critical thinking, ability to organize and prioritize, identification of own learning needs, and competency in performance of psychomotor skills.
Please note: Applicants intending to register for Consolidated Clinical (PNUR 9130/9034/9020) are required to show proof of English proficiency. Please see the Consolidated Clinical websites for full details.
This course is offered as an online synchronized or as an onsite course utilizing the psychomotor labs at KPU Langley campus. When in person, this course is delivered over four (4) consecutive days, online dates may vary. Learners should expect to spend six (6) hours per day in the nursing lab/simulation labs and an additional eight (8) hours of self-guided learning activities to prepare. Full attendance and participation are required to achieve mastery. Learners must access the course website in advance of the in person sessions to prepare for class.
Online options are available in certain semesters - check our main webpage for current schedules. The online class typically runs over four (4) days synchronized with additional asynchronized days, learners should expect to spend approximately 24 hours to complete the online course. Skill kits will be mailed to students in advance of the start of class.