Preceptors in the webWOC Preceptor Network provide a crucial role in WOC education. Once learners have completed the theoretical portion of the program, they are eager to put it into practice. webWOC Preceptors, credentialed experts in their field, provide clinical guidance and support throughout the clinical practicum.
Preceptor applications for the webWOC Nursing Education Program are accepted throughout the year. For information on preceptor qualifications, go to http://www.webwocnurse.com/Preceptors/ExpectationsQualifications/tabid/71/Default.aspx
ONLINE PRECEPTOR APPLICATION. Start by creating a webWOC UserID and Password and then complete the online application. You may begin your application at any time, save your information, and return to complete the application if you don’t have all the necessary information at hand. Once your application is finished, you must click “SUBMIT” in order to complete the online application process. If you do not see the message “THANK YOU FOR SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION”, you have not fully completed the online application process. We look forward to welcoming you into the webWOC Preceptor Network!
Clinical Contracting Information Form. Learners: If your preceptor has not already submitted this information to webWOC, please download this form, save it to your computer, and e-mail the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org. A contract between Metropolitan State University and your preceptor’s facility is required prior to beginning your clinical experience. webWOC will facilitate this process but requires the contact information for the person in charge of contracting at your preceptor’s facility (someone with the authority to review and sign legal contracts for the facility). The contracting process can take six to eight weeks so please complete and submit this form as soon possible.
If you are precepting a learner who is using the Practicum Portfolio Evaluation option, you do not need to complete a clinical contracting information form because there is no contract required.