It seemed interesting and I feel like I need to do more CEs than usual because I am a newly certfied FP-C and CCP-C. I am thinking it is a matter of just waiting to see if the timing is better for me in September or November or just seeing if I can pickup a shift where travel will be covered.I never took the pediatric version of FCCS, but I took the regular (non-ped) version a couple times. The courses are all about the first 24 hours of care of a critically ill patient by non-intensivist clinicians. Think about a really sick patient being taken care of in an ED or regular hospital floor who for some reason has to wait hours until transfer, a scenario which became much more common in the past couple of years. The info is relatively basic critical care stuff, but it's presented very well and logically and the SCCM does a good job of integrative the most recent evidence and practice updates into the curriculum. All the SCCM instructors I've interacted with have been excellent.
Personally, I would definitely take either class (FCCS or PCCS) if they were convenient, but I probably would not travel far or spend much money to do so.