Certified Medication Aide

Completion of the Certified Medication Aid course can enhance the careers of those that have already obtained a CNA certification. Students will learn the basic principles of medication administration within a healthcare facility with hands-on lab and clinical experiences.

Program Options

The Certified Medication Aide course is six-weeks/75 hours. Students that successfully complete the course will be prepared to take the state certification exam.

Prerequisites
Students must have a Current Kansas Certified Nurse Aid (CNA) certification prior to enrolling in this program.

Health Certificate Course Requirements

Program Faculty

Sondra VanSickle

Practical Nursing Instructor

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Sondra has been a Registered Nurse since 1981 after graduating from Newman School of Nursing, she also holds an Associate of Applied Science degree in Healthcare Administration/Management from FHTC. Her experience in the healthcare field includes med/surgical unit, ICU and telemetry, charge nurse, as well as serving as Director of Nursing at a long-term care facility for 26 years. Sondra taught part-time at FHTC before becoming a full-time instructor in 2014.


620-341-1312
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Sondra has been a Registered Nurse since 1981 after graduating from Newman School of Nursing, she also holds an Associate of Applied Science degree in Healthcare Administration/Management from FHTC. Her experience in the healthcare field includes med/surgical unit, ICU and telemetry, charge nurse, as well as serving as Director of Nursing at a long-term care facility for 26 years. Sondra taught part-time at FHTC before becoming a full-time instructor in 2014.

Program Information & Resources

Estimated program costs and testing criteria​ are available in the documents below. Visit our admissions page to learn about admissions steps and other helpful information.

Certified Medication Aide Cost Sheet View Document
Certified Medication Aide Cost Sheet - High School Students View Document