Refund Information - Continuous Professional Learning
Generally $25 of the fee is non-refundable unless Humber cancels the course. However, some courses have unique refund policies (such as those offered by the Transportation Training Centre). Please be sure you understand the refund policy before you register.
If Humber cancels the course, a full refund will be granted. If you decide to Drop, Transfer or Withdraw from your course, you must
do this by logging into the CPL Learner Portal before the date listed under Important Dates on this webpage. Drop/Transfer/Withdraw deadlines are also posted in the Learner Portal and are noted in your Registration Receipt email.
Note: Leaving an email or phone message to request a Drop, Transfer or Withdrawal is not acceptable and will not be processed.
There are exceptions to this policy for some courses/programs (such as those offered by the Transportation Training Centre where Drop/Transfer/Withdrawal is permitted up to 21 days prior to the course start date only by written email request submitted to email@example.com).
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The Critical Nursing Advanced Certificate (ICU Level 3) program is designed for registered nurses (RNs) seeking to advance their practice in critical care nursing. Critical Care Services Ontario Definition Level 3 units are capable of providing the highest level of service to meet the needs of patients who require advanced or prolonged respiratory support - including invasive ventilator support - or basic respiratory support together with the support of more than one organ system. Completion of the certificate includes a clinical placement.
Use the Quick-Look Availability Scheduler to see available courses in a calendar view and plan towards achieving your certificate.
2023/2024 Academic Year
2024/2025 Academic Year
CORN 511: Cardiology Nursing - Level 2
RNCC 502: Hemodynamic Monitoring of the Critically Ill Patient
RNCC 505: Integrated ICU Concepts
RNCC 515: Advanced ICU: Clinical Practicum
CORN 511Cardiology Nursing - Level 2
Start Date: October 2023, January 2024, February 2024
This course is designed to provide the nurse with the comprehensive knowledge and skill required for accurate analysis of the 12 Lead ECG to guide effective nursing and inter-professional care for clients experiencing disorders from the spectrum of Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS), as well as common imitators of Myocardial Infarction. National guidelines that direct emergency management, percutaneous cardiac interventions, and cardiac pharmacology for ACS disorders are examined. To successfully meet all course learning objectives, students will be required to engage in both independent and collaborative group learning activities on a consistent basis.
RNCC 502Hemodynamic Monitoring of the Critically Ill Patient
Start Date: January 2024
This course examines comprehensive nursing care of the high-risk, critically ill patient. Topics of emphasis will include hemodynamic monitoring and waveform analysis, the hemodynamically compromised patient, treatment modalities and evaluation of the shock syndromes. Opportunity will be provided to critically analyze complex case studies. A review of current literature in critical care will assist students with integrating theory into practice.
The advanced concepts critical care course focuses on advanced neuroscience and respiratory nursing concepts. It is designed to prepare registered nurses for critical care practice. Course objectives build on entry-to-practice knowledge, including the specialized care of clients with or at risk for developing nervous system or and/or respiratory dysfunction along the continuum of care. Upon successful completion, the students will start to develop critical reasoning skills to identify actual or potential life-threatening alterations in neurological and respiratory functions. Evidence-informed data will be utilized to develop client and family-centered nursing interventions. Learning Objectives are taken from the Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses (CACCN) competency standards
This clinical component provides the student to participate in caring for critically ill patients in a variety of intensive care settings. Students will have an opportunity to examine and critically analyze issues affecting critical care nursing by integrating knowledge and clinical skills practice. Client safety, interprofessional practice, and advanced communication and problem solving competencies will be required of the student in this course.
The Level 3 ICU Nursing clinical is 96 hours and must be completed within a 3-month term. Nurses are required to do two shifts weekly following their preceptor's schedule