Congratulations on earning your CCI credential!
As a credential holder, you are part of a vital community that is dedicated to enhancing the quality of critical patient care. Promote your credential and get involved with our community of credential holders. Highlight your accomplishments to your network of potential employers and colleagues with the tools below.
Download your free graphic toolkit (from your desktop) and promote your credential!
Social Media Promo Guidance
The following messages have been created for our CCI community to post across social media platforms. You can copy and paste, or make up your own!
Social Channel Examples
- [For New Credential Holder] I’m proud to share that I have officially passed my [CREDENTIAL] exam and I am now a CCI credential holder. ❤️ Excited to be a part of this community, on a path to improving the quality of patient care. #WholeheartedValidation
- [For Existing Credential Holder] I’m excited to announce that I’m a CCI credential holder, having passed the [CREDENTIAL] exam in [YEAR]. I’m proud to be part of this dedicated community. If you’re interested in furthering your career, check out cci-online.org
- [For New Credential Holder] It’s official! I have successfully passed my [CREDENTIAL] exam ❤️ Excited to be furthering my career with the *@Cardiovascular Credentialing International community. If you want to know what #WholeheartedValidation feels like, check out cci-online.org
- [For Existing Credential Holder] Yay me! I officially passed my [CREDENTIAL] exam and became a *@Cardiovascular Credentialing International credential holder. I’m proud to be a part of this community that is dedicated to furthering our knowledge in order to provide better patient care to those in need.
If you’re interested in finding out what #WholeheartedValidation can mean for you, visit cci-online.org for more information.
*Note – This will only work when tagging our accounts on Facebook and LinkedIn as we do not have an Instagram account. When posting to Instagram and other social media channels, please drop the ‘@.’