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Medication Aide Training Program - Yankton

Aug
12
Tue
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Aug
18
Mon
Aug 12-18, 2014
Benedictine Center, 4th Floor
Yankton, SD

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May
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Benedictine Center, 4th Floor
Yankton, SD
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Nov
12
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18
Tue
Benedictine Center, 4th Floor
Yankton, SD
Registration Open

Registration Details

Class registration and student placement are on a first come, first served basis. Registration approval confirmation will be sent via e-mail no less than seven (7) days prior to the commencement of class. 

 

Reminder:

In order to complete the Med Aide Training Program in it's entirety an official High School transcript or GED is required. Without submission of a transcript or GED no certificate of completion will be awarded. (Instructor may also approve recent college transcripts)

To obtain and official transcript or GED please contact your High School Guidance Counselor, or your GED facility.

Fees & Payment

Call for pricing information

 

Description

The Medication Aide Training Program utilizes lecture, discussion and one-on-one mock medication skills practice. Avera Education & Staffing Solutions’ program is designed to prepare the student to skillfully and safely administer medications in a facility. 

Quality Improvement monitoring and continual evaluation of our training programs has facilitated a change in our Medication Administration (Medication Aide) Training Program (MATP).  This change includes a modification in curriculum and an addition of a new textbook, Sorrentino, S. & Remmert, L. (2009), Mosby’s Textbook for Medication Assistants, Mosby: St. Louis, MO.   Our MATP and this textbook are approved by the South Dakota Board of Nursing.

Independents must purchase, and facilities must provide each student with this textbook, for self-study and classroom instruction.  This textbook may be purchased from Elsevier or from a vendor of choice.  AESS strongly encourages students to have the textbook available and have read chapters 1 through 3, chapter 6, and chapters 8 through 13 prior to the first day of class. 

Class schedule (minus 30 minute lunch break):

Day 1  8:30 a.m. –  5:00 p.m.  (Lecture: textbook chapters 1 - 3, 6, 8 - 13)

Day 2  8:30 a.m. –  5:00 p.m.  (Exam #1; Lecture:  textbook chapters  5, 7, 14 – 35; Exam #2)

Day 3  8:00 a.m. –  12:00 p.m.  (Clinical Laboratory instruction and Final Exam);

1:1 Skills Performance Evaluations (scheduled for one hour per student in the afternoon)

 

The Medication Aide Training Program is 20 hours, 16 of which are classroom and self-study work. Students will be expected to complete study guides outside of class time. During the third day of class, the student works one-on-one with the instructor and completes a written exam and a mock medication pass. The student must then complete a minimum of four hours of clinical training under the direct supervision of an RN.

A student may retake each exam only one time (i.e. if a student does not pass the retake of the exam, the student may not advance to the subsequent components of the MATP).  The student must pass all exams and laboratory instruction.  If the student is unable to pass any retake of the exam, the student may enroll at a later date in another class. No refund of fees for the failed class will be given.  Upon successful completion of all program components, the student and facility will be issued a Medication Administration Training Program certificate of completion. 

The State of South Dakota requires students in the Medication Aide Training Program to have a high school diploma or GED and a copy must be provided to Avera Education & Staffing Solutions prior to certificate issuance.

Class Cancellation Policy

     Class cancellation must be made two weeks prior to the scheduled class. If not received full class fee will be charged.

The Medication Aide Training Program is 20 hours, 16 of which are classroom and self-study work. Students will be expected to complete study guides outside of class time. During the third day of class, the student works one-on-one with the instructor and completes a written exam and a mock medication pass. The student must then complete a minimum of four hours of clinical training under the direct supervision of an RN.

The State of South Dakota requires students in the Medication Aide Training Program to have a high school diploma or GED and a copy must be provided to Avera Education & Staffing Solutions prior to certificate issuance.

 

Contact

Avera Education & Staffing Solutions at 605-668-8475 or send an email

Schedule & Location

Schedule

This event includes all of the 3 meeting times below.
Date Time Location
1. Tue, August 12 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Benedictine Center, 4th Floor
2. Wed, August 13 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Benedictine Center, 4th Floor
3. Mon, August 18 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Benedictine Center, 4th Floor

Location Details

  • Benedictine Center, 4th Floor
    Avera Sacred Heart Campus
    1000 West 4th Street
    Yankton, SD 57078

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