OR Nurse Program
What’s The Difference Between an RN First Assistant Who Makes $85,000
and One Who Makes $350,000?
All Programs Are Not Equal! The ACE Surgical Assistant Program was developed for OR Nurses to become
extraordinary RN First Assistants (RNFAs), give them a competitive edge
for freelance success, and make a life-changing six-figure living. Turns
ACE training is also perfect for OR Nurses who want to advance their careers
and enhance their earning potential as hospital-employed RNFAs!
Nothing Compares to the ACE Program!
Most RNFA and other types of first assisting programs start program development
by theorizing on what knowledge, skills, and experience students would
need to first assist as a hospital employee.
ACE’s founder Dan Bump started with a different premise. Why not train
all students the way he’d train freelance assistants? Surgeons demand
the same high level of performance from freelance assistants as they would
from another surgeon. ‘Surgeon-Level’ is a career-booster
for any RNFA regardless of the employment path.
Dan worked 50 to 60 hours a week to make $35,000 handing instruments in
surgery. But in his first year as a freelance first assistant, he worked
only 20 hours a week to earn a whopping $105,000! What a life-changing
difference. Now he’s on a mission to give you the same opportunity.
With Dan there is no theorizing involved. He broke new ground in the early
1990’s when he developed the country’s very first distance-learning
first assisting program for a company called Colorado Surgical Assisting
(CSA). His mission was to give OR Nurses the 3 most valuable attributes
of a surgeon – their
Everybody he trained for CSA earned six-figure incomes. Now Dan is bringing his
unique brand of six-figure training to OR Nurses around the country with
the ACE Surgical Assistant Program.
Ideal for OR Nurses
Look. Especially, if you are a diploma nurse or associate’s degree
nurse (ADN), it’s likely you’ve been frustrated or even felt
excluded by the process promoted by some nursing organizations for becoming
an RNFA. Even nurses with higher degrees have chosen the
ACE Surgical Assistant Program for educational reasons, primarily the 6 days of hands-on training compared
to the scanty 2 to 4 hours offered by other RNFA programs. (See teaching
In order to qualify for the CRNFA exam you have to become CNOR, earn a
bachelor’s degree, and graduate from a CCI accepted RNFA program.
No wonder you feel excluded. Even if you take a CCI accepted RNFA program
but don’t get your bachelor’s degree, you can’t get
certified as a first assistant
anywhere, even though there are alternate, nationally recognized certifying agencies
for first assistants that you could have otherwise taken advantage of.
The ACE program is ideal for you:
Affordable – on an OR Nurse’s salary
Convenient – perfect for busy surgical professionals
Teaching methods – bypass beginner status and easily train for expertise
Qualify – to sit for the ABSA certifying exam and become SA-C (Surgical
Assistant – Certified) – without CNOR or a bachelor’s
degree. And unlike the CRNFA exam, you’ll qualify for the SA-C exam
immediately upon graduating from the ACE Surgical Assistant Program.
You’ve worked very hard to get where you are as an experienced OR
Nurse. But CRNFA may come at too high a price. It’s inconceivable
that you should be required to jump through so many more hoops at this
stage in your career to become an RNFA. Your current credentials and your
experience in the Operating Room mean so much. They qualify you for the
ACE Surgical Assistant Program with no need for CNOR or a bachelor’s
degree. You can start now! You’ve earned it.
Once you pass the ABSA exam, you’ll be awarded a nationally recognized
first assisting credential. So if you are an ADN, here is how your credentials
will line up: ADN, RN, SA-C.
Ever think your career is stuck? Want to take it to the next level? This
could be the call that changes everything! Don’t wait.
Call 855-966-4111 NOW! All your questions will be answered and put you on the fast track to remarkable