Medication Aide Training (PHM 4100) is designed to meet the training requirements to become a Medication Aide. The course will cover the six rights of medication administration for non-licensed personnel. Topics include medication via the oral, topical, and instillation routes. Medical asepsis, hand hygiene, terminology, and legal implications will be covered. Upon successful completion student will be eligible to take the state competency exam.
Students who successfully complete this class and the NACES Medication Aide Competency will be eligible to work in Long Term Care Skilled Nursing Facilities if they are on the NAI registry. Students completing the class who are not on the NAI registry may find jobs in other available health care settings.
This is a 24-hour class and students MUST attend all 24 hours of the class to receive completion credit.
Identification only needs to be verified and documented that first and last names match exactly.
Additional classes to be added, please check the online schedule frequently.
All Health Occupation students should plan to take the CRC/Work Keys Assessment prior to completion of a course. It should only be taken once. A copy of the schedule will be posted in classrooms. This is a valuable work credential offered by the college and is beneficial when seeking employment. For additional information contact Debra Glover at firstname.lastname@example.org.