Certified Residential Medication Aide Certificate Program
with Jennifer Courtois, RN
CRMAs are in high demand!This course provides standardized training for professionals working in state-certified residential care homes. State of Maine regulations, standard residential facility policies and basic anatomy and physiology are covered. Discuss medications, safe administration procedures, practice taking vital signs, transcribing physician orders and documenting procedures on the Medication Administration Record in accordance with Maine's regulations governing residential facilities. Students are required to complete a Clinical Medication Administration of three medication passes for three different residents with 100% accuracy. Full certification and medication pass awarded on successful completion with 40 hours attendance, no exceptions. Course fee is nonrefundable. Participants must be 18 or older. No high school credential or background check required. Payment plans available for qualified applicants.
Note: Full vaccination for Covid required before you can do the clinical med pass. Registration closes at noon on 1/21.
Required: Masks, distancing and proof of registration. The 2020 Nurse's Drug Handbook ISBN-13: 978-1284167900 (approx. $42, new on Amazon - or purchase a used copy from the instructor for $13), a yellow highlighter, a 1.5 inch 3-ring binder. $100 fee for medication pass payable to the instructor at the time of your scheduled test.
Note: CASAS assessment testing is highly recommended. Please contact our Saco Learning Center at 207-282-3846 or firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a testing appointment.
Jennifer Courtois, RN, has 40 years of nursing experience, from hospital, home health, diabetes & community education and 10+ years teaching CNA, PSS & CRMA. She currently works as a consultant for an assisted living facility and full-time nurse educator.
Mar 5 - Apr 2nd, 2022
Sat for 5 weeks from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
80 Common St
Saco, ME 04072 Get directions
Room: Open Rm