Home »  Verify » Publish Your Credential

The Best Way to Prove Your Certification Status!

BCEN® recognizes the time and effort involved to earn your initial BCEN certification, and the work and commitment required for you to successfully recertify every 4 years. There is value in your well-earned credential.

Your paper certificate is nice to have and can be framed and used for display and recognition. But most employers, hiring managers, or other interested third parties require more than a piece of paper as proof of a professional credential -- as paper items can be replicated and fraudulently used.

BCEN wants to protect the integrity of your CEN®, CFRN®, CPEN®, CTRN®, or TCRN® certifcation, and also provide you with an effective way to prove your certified status.

For these reasons, the Publish Credential service is available for your use from within your BCEN Account. Publish Credential is a free service to all who are currently BCEN certified. It is easy to use and you can use it at any time and as often as needed!

Benefits of Publish Credential

  • Quickly and securely publish your BCEN credential(s) to your employer or any third party you choose by initiating an e-mail that contains a secure link and authentication code
  • Your employer or other recipients of your Publish Credential e-mail use the secure link and authentication code to view your private certification verification report
  • No paper forms or paperwork is needed -- your certification verification report is generated online and directly from your BCEN Account
  • As a current BCEN credential holder, you can use Publish Credential as often as you need and at no cost to you


Log in to your BCEN Account today and take advantage of Publish Credential -- the best way for you to provide authenticated proof of your BCEN certification.

Note: Effective January 1, 2011, BCEN no longer fulfills manual credential verification requests. All credential verification requests must be processed using Publish Credential from within your BCEN Account, or you can direct your employer to use the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC). Learn more.


 


 


 

Accreditation Board for Specialty Nursing Certification

BCEN's Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN®), Certified Flight Registered Nurse (CFRN®) and Certified Pediatric Emergency Nurse (CPEN®) credential have been accredited by the Accreditation Board for Specialty Nursing Certification (ABSNC).

Air & Surface Transport Nurses Association