Part 1 - Foot Care Nurse Course (Theory)
2017 Part 1 Foot Care Nurse Course Dates
Spring 2017 Semester
April 16, 2017 to June 30, 2017 (Registration is now closed)
Fall 2017 Semester
September 24, 2017 to December 8, 2017 (early bird tuition rate available until September 11, 2017 at 12am PST)
2018 Part 1 Foot Care Nurse Course Dates
Winter 2018 Semester
January 13, 2018 to March 30, 2018 (early bird tuition rate available until January 6, 2018 at 12am PST)
Spring 2018 Semester
April 14, 2018 to June 29, 2018 (early bird tuition rate available until March 31, 2018 at 12am PST)
Fall 2018 Semester
September 22, 2018 to December 7, 2018 (early bird tuition rate available until September 8, 2018 at 12am PST)
- Tuition for Ontario nurses = $1,186.50 *early bird fee ($1,050.00 + 13% HST $136.50)
- Tuition for British Columbia nurses = $1,102.50 *early bird fee ($1,050.00 + 5% GST $52.50)
Self-Assessments for Prospective Students
Prospective students are encouraged to complete the following self-assessments: Exercise #1: Nursing Foot Care Knowledge and Skill & Exercise #2: Preparedness for Learning. Please do not submit your results, these are provided as a tool for self-reflection only.
Testimonials About Our Foot Care Course
Donna Duffield, RN
Kenora, Ontario. Canada
"I have found the education, information, contacts, and research skills I have acquired through your program invaluable! I plan to enroll in the Foot Care Educators course next year. I am currently planning a Community Based Foot Care Program. The mandate for the program is to provide on-site high risk foot screening, basic foot care, client/community based education, and prevention of lower limb complications secondary to Diabetes. This is my first foray into planning/implementing/consulting on programming...a lot of work, but I am confident that it will all be worth it once the program is up and running. I am just working on the final draft proposal to submit for funding. There is such an incredible need for foot care services in our Aboriginal communities!! The devastating and preventable complications of Diabetes on these clients are heart-wrenching - and the suffering so unnecessary!! There is such an incredible need for standardization of education for foot care providers!! I am astonished at the diversity of education and skill level of those currently providing foot care!! Thank you for providing these incredible courses...I will most definitely be advocating for the… Foot Care Nurse courses."
Melissa Anne Henderson RPN
French River, Ontario, Canada
Graduate of Foot Care Nurse Course
"Hello Cindy. Firstly, I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for giving me the opportunity to take part in this course. Your dedication to this specialty is simply amazing. I'm looking forward to receiving your new 2015 textbook and reviewing and keeping in touch as I acquire new skills. After having reflected on this past week's clinical, I can honestly say that I love being a FCN !!! And I have you and my facilitator to thank. This course was life changing. Can't wait to see my marks. I'll be applying for the RPNAO grant :) Sincerely (and already missing the clinical environment)".
Anna Zakhartchenko RPN
Graduate of Foot Care Nurse Course
"Thank you so much Cindy. You are always there for your new grads, and I hope every one that is going or will be going through your program will love and respect you for your knowledge, support and take full opportunity of each email you send out - as I have since I have graduated your program. Once again, I thank you from the bottom of my heart for all you have done and continue to do for all of us."