Qualified Medication Aide

A Qualified Medication Aide (QMA) is a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) who has completed a 100 hour state approved training program, annual in-service training, and demonstrated competency while dispensing and passing medications and or applying/administering treatments under the direct supervision of a registered nurse or a licensed practical nurse.

UPCOMING COURSE DATE --JAN 26TH

***ONLINE REGISTRATION JANUARY 19TH***

Class meets Tues and Saturday X 4 weeks

9am-5pm

THEN DO 47 HOURS CLINICAL

 NEXT COURSE DATE-- APRIL 6TH

***ONLINE REGISTRATION MARCH 30TH***

Class meets Tues and Saturday X 4 weeks

9am-5pm

THEN DO 47 HOURS CLINICAL

Payment is due at registration – $1000 includes everything: background check, class, books, state exam, supplies. No refunds after class begins.

Classes are two days weekly ( Tuesday and Saturday) for four weeks.
You CANNOT miss a class or you MUST start over with next series of classes.
After passing your class, student does 47 hours of clinicals passing meds and administering insulin at your job.

 

Facilities paying for student/employee must pay in full at REGISTRATION (no billing).

 

Requirements:

Must be able to pass background check with no felonies in the last 5 years.

Must have high school diploma or GED.
Bring your form of payment (must be paid in full at time of registration).
Bring proof of CNA with 1000 hours working and long term care experience.
You must complete 47 hours of clinicals within 4 weeks after course completion in order to take your QMA state exam.
No clinicals on midnights.
Pricing~
$1000 Due in full at registration. Includes Background check, class, IN QMA book, current drug book, supplies, and state exam.

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