Online CPNRE® Comprehensive Review Workshop

It’s hard to be objective when it comes to studying. We think practicing questions will be enough. We think we’re reading the right stuff. We think we know enough to pass.

But sometimes we need someone to guide us where we need to go.

If you don’t know exactly what you need, but you want a simpler and less stressful way to get ready for the CPNRE®, maybe you need an online review workshop.


A personal coach when you need it

An alternative way to get ready

Becoming a practical nurse is a choice, doing your best is also a choice. In this interactive online review workshop, Gillian Elmes (NursEd founder) will lead you through a review of information pertaining to the CPNRE®. The workshop is designed around the fundamentals of Canadian practical nursing, taught in a way that’s interesting, easy to understand and relevant to this exam. Through stories, discussion and interactive practice questions, Gillian will teach you, support you and connect you with people who are on the same journey. As a bonus, you’ll get the 6th edition  300+ page NursEd CPNRE® Comprehensive Review book, including over 180 practice questions.


You’ll learn

  • The fundamentals of Canadian practical nursing relevant to the CPNRE®
  • How to answer the toughest questions without guessing
  • Answering tactics to help you recognize what questions are asking you
  • Rationales for the most difficult scenarios and topics
  • How to prioritize problems and nursing interventions –  and more

3 day Workshop info 

  • Price: $425 (tax included)
  • Platform: Zoom
  • Course material: NursEd CPNRE® Comprehensive Review book
  • Dates: 
    • Tuesday August 25, 2020: 1 pm – 4:30 pm (eastern time)
    • Wednesday August 26, 2020: 1 pm – 4:30 pm (eastern time)
    • Thursday August 27, 2020: 1 pm – 4:30 pm (eastern time)
  • Deadline to register: 
    • Monday August 17, 2020



Course syllabus 

  • Learning tool: NursEd CPNRE® Comprehensive Review book to kickstart your exam prep
    • Part 1: The business of communication
    • Part 2: Clients first
    • Part 3: What’s okay & what’s not okay
    • Part 4: To share or not to share
    • Part 5: Documentation: As important as the work itself
    • Part 6: Let people decide for themselves
    • Part 7: When all else fails
    • Part 8: Doing the right thing
    • Part 9: Authority
    • Part 11: What do you know, what can you do?
    • Part 14: What’s most important


Register now

If you’re interested in signing up, simply email us at, and we’ll get back to you to complete the registration process.