Certificate in Qualified Medication Aide
The course provides instruction to a person who is a certified nurse aide (CNA), has worked 1000 hours as a CNA in the past two years, and possesses a high school diploma or equivalency. Medication Aides dispense medications, provide some medical treatments under the direct supervision of a licensed professional (Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse), and can perform procedures that are defined wihtin the QMA scope of practice. At program completion, graduates are eligible to take the Indiana State licensing exam and are awarded a Certificate of Completion.
Submission of transcripts to verify high school diploma or equivalency completion
Pass background screening (for state licensing)
Complete physical examination & 2-step TB screening prior to class start.
Open Availability for classroom and clinical training.
Letter of recommendation
Program Length: 12 weeks
Cost of Attendance: $975
Enrollment Fee: $100 non-refundable and will be applied toward the cost of attendance.
Scholarships are available to those who qualify!