Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC)

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Trauma Nursing Core Course

The purpose of TNCC is to teach registered nurses (RNs) core-level knowledge and psychomotor skills, which are defined as central or key elements of the multidimensional processes involved in the initial assessment and management of injured patients. TNCC also provides a foundation for integrated communication and collaboration in trauma teamwork. The goal of the TNCC course is to help nurses develop a rapid – and accurate – approach to caring for trauma patients to ultimately decrease the morbidity and mortality associated with trauma.

TNCC Course Delivery

The TNCC course consists of a combination of in-person lectures, online interactive learning, and hands-on practicum using psychomotor skills stations. The entire TNCC course maintains a focus on the nursing process. Successful completion of the course requires at least an 80% on the written TNCC exam, participating in all psychomotor teaching stations, and a minimum of 70% evaluation of all the steps in the psychomotor testing station.


MFR Training Program Details

Course Location

ATI Flint Campus
4511 Miller Rd.
Suite 100
Flint, MI, 48507

Fees & Payments

$1,500 (Payment plans available)
Does not include book or uniforms. DOES include BLS & PEARS courses.

Payment Plan Details

  • $100 Due by 1st day of class
  • $350 each month for 4 months

Prerequisites / Enrollment Requirements