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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.

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

 

Certified Medication Technician – Challenges - $295 per person

The Department of Health and Senior Services uses Challenges in specific instances for individual certification.

 

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) - $850 - $900 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.

 

Certified Nursing Assistant – Challenges - $295 per person

The Department of Health and Senior Services uses Challenges in specific instances for individual certification.

 

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.

 

First Aid/CPR/AED - $69 per person

This training will certify you to perform Standard First Aid/ CPR/AED during emergency situations. We'll teach you what signs to look for during emergency situations and how to utilize clear and concise directions for appropriate care. You will leave with the tools necessary to prevent and minimize injury, provide comfort, and maximize care until expert healthcare providers arrive.

 

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.