Two pieces of great news!
Enjoy over 50 New Free practice questions.
One of the best ways to prepare for the diabetes certification exam is to get your test taking muscles in great shape.
There is a direct correlation with test taking practice and exam success.
With this knowledge in mind, Coach Beverly writes a NEW Question every week, to provide opportunities to test your knowledge, increase your test taking muscles and enhance exam readiness.
Now users can assess their knowledge through these short quizzes and more effectively focus their study time. Plus, they can review our Rationale of the Week (also FREE on the CDCES Coach App) to learn how to dissect a question, eliminate juicy answers and get to the BEST answer!
Thanks to our amazing team who compiled all of these test questions from the past few years, bundled them into topic areas and groups of 10 or 11 questions and added them to our CDCES Coach App!
We are all rooting for your success!
One of the most frequently asked questions about the CDCES Exam is the following:
In this years exam handbook, the CBDCE provided clarification on this high anxiety topic.
Immediately – New diagnostic criteria or specific guidelines impacting diabetes care and education and/or treatment of diabetes which are released nationally and identified as effective immediately may be including in the examination at any time.
One Year – New medical advances, guidelines, or pharmaceuticals will be included in CDCES Exam no sooner than one year after the information is released.
I have already read and reviewed the 2020 ADA Standards of Care.
If you have already studied the ADA 2020 Standards of Care, you will be set for the 2021 CDCES Exam. This is true, because there are no new diagnostic criteria or specific guidelines that are dramatically different from the 2020 Standards of Care.
The one exception is that there are updated diabetes management guidelines for the older population as outlined in our Older People Level 2 Course and you can review in the ADA Standards of Care, section 12.
Please see ADA Standards Summary of Revisions for more detailed information on updates for 2021.
I haven’t started reviewing the ADA Standards of Care.
Great. Please plan on studying the 2021 ADA Standards of Care, which include all of the same content as 2020 with some additions and updates.
Join our Prep for CDCES Webinar FREE for lots of great info and to get ready!
Whether you are new to diabetes or a seasoned expert, you’ll benefit from this virtual conference with the latest research plus critical content that you can immediately apply to your clinical practice.
What is the Diabetes Educator Course?
If you are interested in taking the CDCES or BC-ADM exam or are seeking a state of the art review of current diabetes care, this course is for you. Our team of expert faculty has been fine-tuning this course for over fifteen years, and we know what you need. In addition to informative lectures, we also use group activities and case studies to highlight the essential knowledge, skills, and strategies needed to succeed in diabetes education today!
Prepare for CDCES or BC-ADM certification or earn hours for renewal.
Come join our Virtual DiabetesEd Specialist Program.
Your registrations include access to all the Online Sessions plus Bonus Courses through December 31st, 2021.
This virtual program includes:
3 day live webinar courses from April 15th-17th (20 CEs) + enrollment in our Bonus Bundle (14.0+ CEs) from now through December 2021.
Accreditation: Diabetes Education Services is an approved provider by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider 12640, and Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR), Provider DI002. Since these programs are approved by the CDR it satisfies the CE requirements for the CDCES regardless of your profession.*
The use of DES products does not guarantee the successful passage of the CDCES exam. CBDCE does not endorse any preparatory or review materials for the CDCES exam, except for those published by CBDCE.
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