MMC Medication Aide Certificate Course
Complete the Required Medication Technician Training at MMC in Fayetteville
For Nursing Assistants and Nursing Aides working in skilled care nursing facilities and wanting to become registered as a Medication Aide, MMC offers the 24 hours of state-required coursework as approved by the NC Board of Nursing.
This 24-hour Medication Training Course is available through the Fayetteville campus. Students must be registered on the North Carolina Nurse Aide Registry as a Certified Nursing Assistant before enrolling. For additional application requirements and deadlines, talk to one of our Admissions Representatives at 800-705-9182.
Medication Aide Training
Medication Aides work with patients in long-term care and skilled nursing facilities and may be responsible for administering a variety of prescription medicines, including:
- Topical treatments
- Oral medications
Students in MMC’s Medication Aide training course will learn state rules and regulations related to preparing and dispensing proper dosage, charting medication and properly documenting patient files. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be eligible to sit for the state-approved written Medication Aide competency exam.
This course is designed to prepare students to meet the listing of the North Carolina Division of Health Services Regulation. For additional information on this and other courses, view our Course Catalog.
Medication Technician Training at Miller-Motte
Expand your responsibilities by learning about medication administration in this course designed to prepare you for the North Carolina Medication Aide state exam. Coursework can be completed with support and feedback provided by qualified instructors.
As a MMC student and alum, you’ll also have access to our Lifetime Career Assistance, offering support with resumes, interviews and networking when you’re ready to take your healthcare career to the next level. Contact one of our Admissions Representatives at 800-705-9182 to get started!This course is not within the scope of ACICS accreditation and is not eligible for Title IV funding.