K2P Course


Mission K2P

The K2P is continuing education for nurses and allied healthcare professionals which provides the knowledge to support quality patient outcomes through evidenced based practice in wound, ostomy or continence care.

Vision K2P

Better patient care in wound, ostomy or continence through knowledge acquisition.

Who Should Apply?

If you are a Registered Nurse, a Registered or Licensed Practical Nurse or Allied Health Professional working with patients, clients or residents living with a chronic wound, an ostomy or continence challenges, completing one of the CAET K2P Competency Builders courses will ensure that you have the most up to date, best practice theory to support your care. Choose the course most relevant to your practice and patient needs.

Course Objectives

  • Discover up to date evidence supported theory in wound, ostomy and continence management.
  • Understand validated assessment tools.
  • Learn to use best practice knowledge to guide treatment.
  • Differentiate different wound products and their application.
  • Describe the qualities of wound, ostomy and continence leadership in your work place setting.

What to Expect

Join colleagues from across the country in any of these CAET-K2P Competency Builders Courses

  • 12 – 16 weeks of guided learning supported by Canadian ET Nurses; specialists in wound, ostomy and continence management.
  • Courses start in January and in September.
  • Learn when and where most convenient for you.
  • Individualized support and feedback.
  • Best practices content from easily available textbooks and journals.
  • Course load depends on prior knowledge usually 10 – 12 hours per week.

Funding Sources for CAET Academy Courses

  • For funding, check with your provincial associations.
  • Receipts will be given for all courses.

Start Dates for Our Courses

Please note courses are offered twice per year: fall and winter. Check with the CAET Administrator at admin@caetacademy.ca for start dates.

Applications and payment must be received 2 weeks prior to course start date.