Train the Trainer

CNA/CMT INSTRUCTOR, STATE EXAMINER

This two day class prepares the Missouri RN to teach Certified Nurse Assistant and Certified Medication Technician classes as well as be State Examiners. Applicants must be a Registered Nurse in the State of Missouri, have 1 year of experience in long-term care within the past 5 years or currently working in long-term care, and have a letter of approval from the MO Department of Health and Senior Services.

Participants learn how to teach and complete required paperwork for instructing nursing assistants. Second day includes CMT instruction.

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


CLINICAL SUPERVISOR TRAINING

This one day class teaches MO RNs and LPNs to be Clinical Supervisors for nursing assistants. This workshop is required by the MO Department of Health and Senior Services to supervise CNA students in the clinical setting. To be eligible, participants must have 1 year of experience in a long-term care facility within the last 5 years or are currently working in a long-term care.

Participants will learn how to properly guide and instruct nursing assistant students, how to conduct a clinical, required documentation, as well as other pertinent topics. 

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.

 

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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.  

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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