NCLEX Education was founded by Shelly Luhning RN, BScN, MN ENC(C), CCNE. With more than a decade of experience teaching as a faculty member in a bachelor of science in nursing degree program, Shelly recognized the need for a structured, comprehensive NCLEX study program to prepare RN graduates for the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX).
As a result, Shelly and her team of highly experienced NCLEX faculty developed a comprehensive program that promotes success and assists 100% of our students to successfully pass the NCLEX-RN examination upon completion of the program.
The NCLEX Education team has already helped hundreds of aspiring nurses just like you in their journey. And we can help YOU, too! Let us answer all your NCLEX questions and put your mind at ease as we guide you toward successfully passing your exam.
Our team is passionate about nursing education and facilitating nursing students from around the globe in successfully passing the NCLEX-RN examination. We will be your facilitator, coach, and cheerleader as you make the exciting transition to becoming a Registered Nurse!
The good thing is—you don’t have to take our word for it! See what our students have to say about our program.
And if you still have questions or concerns (we thought you might!), click the link here to schedule a FREE 15 min. phone consultation. Our instructors would love to connect with you in-person and answer any questions you might have.
You’ve worked so hard and made it this far. Don't give up now! NCLEX Education can help you succeed. Our pass rate of 100% proves it!
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Shelly Luhning is a certified nurse educator with a master's degree and more than 18 years experience in the continuing education industry. In addition to teaching hundreds of aspiring nurses through her online NCLEX program, Shelly has spent the last 12 years teaching in the undergraduate nursing program in Saskatchewan.
Teaching is Shelly's passion! She has taught several courses in the undergraduate nursing program and to practicing healthcare professionals including: Assessment, Pathophysiology, Pharmacology, Medical-surgical Nursing, Emergency, Critical Care, ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support), PALS (Paediatric Advanced Life Support), TNCC (Trauma Nursing Core Course), and more!
Shelly has many years of experience in teaching and utilizes various teaching and learning styles. She assists students and faculty in the Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program to prepare for the NCLEX exam.
Shelly has an affinity for technology and informatics and has recently developed a dynamic new application for the nursing program called SNapp--Saskatchewan Nursing Application.
Shelly continues to work casually at the bedside, as she has a love for the Emergency Department.
Patti Manson is an undergraduate baccalaureate nurse educator with over 20 years of teaching experience.
She loves teaching health assessment and medical-surgical nursing. Patti also maintains a casual RN practice as a public health nurse/maternal & newborn health.
Patti was the recipient of the 2019 Saskatchewan Registered Nurses’ Association Award of Excellence in Nursing Education and the Saskatchewan Polytechnic 2016 President’s Award of Excellence.
Patti has experience with curriculum integration of NCLEX-RN. She is an NCLEX resource for colleagues and delivers NCLEX preparation workshops for nursing students.
She is highly committed to nursing education and student success!
Tracey McCaig-Beattie is an undergraduate baccalaureate nurse educator with years of teaching experience. Tracey has taught at both the undergraduate level and the practicing RN level.
She currently teaches for an undergraduate nursing program in Saskatchewan. Tracey has extensive experience as a PICU and ER nurse with a 30-plus year career in the health authority!
She helped to establish and create protocols for the Pediatric transport team at a provincial level, as well as a Pediatric cardiac surgery program. Working in a variety of nursing positions such as bedside nurse, charge nurse, trauma nurse, clinical nurse educator and management has given Tracey a well-rounded career with vast knowledge in the various roles of a nurse.
Tracey is passionate about applying nursing theory into practice making her role as faculty for NCLEX-RN a great partnership.
Leona Werezak is the director of business development at NCLEX Education.
She began her nursing career in Hay River, NT, where she worked at the hospital as a new nurse doing everything from helping deliver babies to medevacing critically ill patients to Yellowknife or Edmonton.
After learning much from patients and colleagues at the bedside for 15 years in many different roles, she taught as nursing adjunct faculty in baccalaureate nursing programs for almost 20 years. (Yes! Some of those years she did both!) Now she feels so blessed to be enjoying total time freedom and warm desert hikes in the winter with her husband Wayne.
An entrepreneur at heart, she has many interests that keep her busy. Leona also has a way with words. As a freelance writer online, she writes content for nursing schools and colleges, healthcare and medical businesses, as well as various nursing sites.
Dana Begg is an undergraduate baccalaureate nurse educator with a master’s degree in interprofessional collaboration.
She has been an educator for ten years and is passionate about teaching physical assessment, clinical simulation, and interprofessional collaboration.
She has worked in medical-surgical acute care for twenty years and continues to do so on a casual basis.
Dana enjoys teaching students in small intimate settings, especially in acute care clinical areas. She has taught clinical rotations in orthopedic trauma, gynecology, urology, general surgery, ENT, vascular surgery, plastics, and general medicine.
In her spare time, Dana enjoys being involved with her children’s school and watching the various activities that her children participate in.
Renee has been an RN for over 20 years having worked and taught in many different clinical areas ranging from general surgery, plastics and burn care, travel nursing (Guatemala and Ecuador), Intensive Care, and Emergency Room.
Renee completed her Master in Nursing in 2009 focusing on clinical teaching and has taught part time for 16 years with both the University of Saskatchewan and University of Regina undergraduate nursing education programs.
During this teaching time Renee has taught lab and clinical in all years of the program from teaching clinical foundations, physical assessment, pharmacology, simulation, higher acuity med-surg clinical education, to faculty resource person overseeing 4thyear students in their final practicums.
Renee currently works as an Infusion RN at a private clinic and teaches part time. Renee is passionate about teaching and mentoring nursing students.
Lauren Gamble is an undergraduate baccalaureate nurse educator/leader who has enjoyed over 5 years of teaching in a variety of areas from obstetrics to mental health to core assessment skills.
Lauren found a calling for education relatively quickly into her nursing career and has not looked back.
The power of words and therapeutic application of language is Lauren’s preferred area of focus and a benefit when breaking down the linguistics of an exam such as the NCLEX-RN.
Lauren is an executive member of the Mental Health Professional Practice Group for nurses in Saskatchewan and an advocate for mental wellness in healthcare practice.
Lauren’s drive and desire to facilitate student success does not go unnoticed!