Medical Training - Moberly Area Community College

 

 

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Medical Training

 

 

Certified Medication Technician (CMT) - $600 per person

Moberly Area Community College is offering Certified Medication Technician training. This training prepares individuals for employment as a CMT in an intermediate care or skilled care nursing facility. The program is designed to teach skills in administration of nonparenteral medications that will qualify students to perform this procedure to assist licensed practical nurses or registered professional nurses in medication therapy. The training consists of at least 60 hours of instruction and a minimum of 8-hours of clinical practice under the direct supervision of an instructor. An individual must successfully complete a final written examination and a minimum two-hour final practicum exam before a certificate can be issued and that individual's name placed on the Missouri State Certified Medication Technician (CMT) Registry.

Classes are offered on the main campus in Moberly. Actual dates for the start of classes are posted on the continuing education course offerings and at http://www.macc.edu/index.php/upcoming-events/moberly-events-ebdc.

Prerequisite: must be a Certified Nurse Assistant for at least 6 months prior to enrollment.

To register and/or receive registration materials or information, call or email the contacts below. You may also file on online application at http://www.macc.edu/index.php/online-application-ebdc-new.

 

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) - $800 - $850 per person

Moberly Area Community College offers Certified Nursing Assistant training. The Certified Nursing Assistant program prepares individuals for employment in a long-term care facility, as well as work for home health care agencies, hospitals, doctor’s offices, private pay services, and many other employers. The program is designed to teach skills in resident care which will qualify students to perform basic nursing procedures and to assist licensed practical nurses or registered professional nurses in direct resident care. The program consists of 80 hours of classroom instruction and 100 hours of supervised clinical practice in a long-term care facility. Classroom training can be completed in 16 sessions.

Classes are offered on the main campus in Moberly and the Advanced Technology Center in Mexico. Actual dates for the start of classes are posted on the continuing education course offerings and at http://www.macc.edu/index.php/upcoming-events/moberly-events-ebdc or http://www.macc.edu/index.php/upcoming-events/mexico-ebdc.

To register and/or receive registration materials or information, call or email the contacts below. You may also file on online application at http://www.macc.edu/index.php/online-application-ebdc-new.

 

Certified Nursing Assistant – Challenges - $295 per person

In certain instances, as determined by Department of Health and Senior Services, an individual may request to take a CNA challenge exam through DHSS in order to be certified by the state to work as a Certified Nursing Assistant. The test consists of both a written and practical exam which must be performed in a licensed skilled nursing facility by an instructor who is licensed through Department of Health and Senior Services.

In order to qualify, the student must first contact Department of Health and Senior Services to determine their eligibility to challenge. If they are approved by DHSS and provide the original of their approval letter to MACC, an exam can be scheduled.

For more information on challenges, call or email the contacts below.

 

Clinical Supervisor Workshop - $99 per person

This specialized one-day workshop is designed to prepare Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses to supervise nurse assistant students during their required on-the-job experience in long term care. This workshop is required by the State of Missouri and is approved by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. Attendees will receive a Clinical Supervisor Certificate of Attendance, and their names will be put on the Missouri State Registry of Qualified Clinical Supervisors. Requirements are: 1) Must be a registered professional nurse or current licensed practical nurse in the State of Missouri, or have a temporary permit from the Missouri State Board of Nursing with no disciplines against their license. 2) Must have at least one year experience in a long term care facility, if not currently employed by a long term care facility. For a schedule of workshop days and times, visit http://www.macc.edu/index.php/upcoming-events/moberly-events-ebdc.

 

Insulin Administration (IA) - $59 per person

The Insulin Administration training program prepares Certified Medication Technicians (CMT) in a skilled or intermediate care facility or Level 1 Medication Aides (L1MA) in a residential care facility (RCF) or assisted living facility (ACF) to administer insulin. The program is designed to present information on diabetes as it relates to symptoms and implications of proper or improper treatment and to teach skills in insulin administration in order to qualify students to perform this procedure in long term care facilities in Missouri. The curriculum content includes procedures and instruction in the following areas: diabetes and its treatment and complications; types of insulin; techniques of insulin administration; and methods of monitoring blood sugar levels.

Classes are offered on the main campus in Moberly. Actual dates for the start of classes are posted on the continuing education course offerings and at http://www.macc.edu/index.php/upcoming-events/moberly-events-ebdc.

To register and/or receive registration materials or information, call or email the contacts below. You may also file an online application at http://www.macc.edu/index.php/online-application-ebdc-new.

 

Certified Medication Technician – Challenges - $295 per person

Individuals who meet special criteria as specified by Department of Health and Senior Services may be eligible to take the final examination to become a CMT in Missouri. The test consists of both a written and practical exam which must be performed in a licensed skilled nursing facility by an instructor who is licensed through Department of Health and Senior Services. In order to qualify, the student must first contact the Department of Health and Senior Services to determine their eligibility to challenge. If they are approved by DHSS and provide a copy of their approval letter, an exam can be scheduled.

For more information on challenges, call or email the contacts below.

 

Becky Dulany or Tiffany Cox at 660-263-5865 or CNA@macc.edu.

 

For a printable application click here.