L1MA – Level 1 Medication Aide

TUITION:   $250

In this 3-day course the student will learn the skills to safely pass medications in a "residential care" community.

In this 16-hour State of Missouri Certification Program you will learn:

  • State regulations and resident’s rights
  • Infection control
  • Medication actions and effects
  • Accurate dosage and measurements
  • Proper storage and accountability
  • Use of a drug reference handbook
  • Transcription and documentation 

To be eligible the student must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Provide a copy of a valid Social Security card or Work Permit at time of registration
  • Student must be registered with the Family Care Safety Registry (FCSR) https://health.mo.gov/safety/fcsr/
  • Be available for all classes (no missed time)
  • Be available for a 6:00 am medication pass

MEDS is a state of Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) approved training site for certification programs.

Please contact MEDS at 816-373-6337 for tuition and information on how to reserve your seat in one of our upcoming classes.

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Contact MEDS

Please contact MEDS at 816-373-6337 for information on how to reserve your seat in one of our upcoming classes.

Upcoming Classes

CNA Classes

Currently, the state of Missouri has modified training requirements due to the Covid-19 virus.  Full details will be explained on the first day of class.

All students will need access to the internet for Zoom class sessions. 

There will be assigned skill labs, clinical shifts and testing dates in person at MEDS in addition to class days.

 

Oct 29   ZOOM check-in for approx. one hour     

Nov 5 - Feb 25  (Dates include state exam)

Thursdays

9:00-4:30 pm

 

CMT Classes

Currently, the state of Missouri has modified training requirements due to the Covid-19 virus.  Full details will be explained on the first day of class.

A basic 8th grade level reading test will be given at an assigned time on the first day of class.  The student will need to achieve a minimum score of 80% to be eligible to continue in the class.

The student will be called to pick up an information packet Monday-Friday, 9:00-4:00pm at MEDS.  It will include a syllabus and assigned testing times.

All students will need access to the internet for Zoom class sessions.

There will be assigned skill labs, clinical shifts and testing dates in person at MEDS in addition to class days.

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