Welcome to DMACC Continuing Education
Course/Section: NRAO530 201
Date: 02/01/2022 - 05/05/2022
Instructor: Cross Michelle
Time: 04:30PM - 07:30PM
Days: Tuesday, Thursday
Contact Hrs: 60 hours
|This is a 60-hour course consisting of 48 classroom hours and 12 clinical hours. This course also includes the CORE Training of the Prepare to Care curriculum. The purpose of the course is to prepare people to safely administer non parenteral medications in facilities licensed by DIA. The emphasis is on safe administration and students are provided with classroom, laboratory and clinical experiences. Pre-Requisites: In order to take this course the student must be drug free, and working in an agency /facility licensed by DIA. If employed in a certified nursing facility all students must be employed for at least 6 months in their current sponsoring facility. The facility sponsors the student by allowing them to complete the clinical experience and must fill out a facility sponsor form. If a student is employed in a residential or related type of agency licensed by the DIA all students must still fill out and complete the Facility sponsorship/recommendation form. Agencies/facilities licensed by DIA are: Long Term Care (LTC), Assisted Living Programs (ALP), Residential Care Facilities (RCF), Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF), Intermediate Care Facilities for the Intellectually Disabled (ICF-10) Psychiatric Medical Institutions for Children (PMIC) Psychiatric Medical Institutions (PMI).
• ZOOM Tues/Thurs Feb 1 thru April 5.
• ON CAMPUS-Review day is May 3.
• ON CAMPUS Final Exam May 5.
• Textbook pick up is Jan 31 at the DMACC Southridge location
• Facility Sponsor Form must be completed and brought to the book pick up
• Clinical hours will be at sponsoring facility
• No absence is allowed during CORE training on the first two days of class.
|Available Seats: 3 Fees: $495.00|