Medication Assistant

Overview

If you have completed a Nurse Aide program or a Direct PatientCare certificate program you should consider adding this credential. Medication Assistants are allowed under the Code of VA to assist patients with medications in Assisted Living Facilities. The need for this level of training is growing as our population ages and more persons need placement in assisted living care facilities. This is the full 68-hour course as required by the Virginia Board of Nursing.

Upcoming Program Start Dates:

Spring 2020 Start Dates:

Call or email for dates of your location preference.

 

Offered by Workforce Development at : 

Medication Aide classes are offered at the following locations:

SVCC, Keysville and Lake Country Advanced Knowledge Center, South Hill

 

Tuition:

In-State: $367* | Out-Of-State: $1,101

*The FastForward Credential Grant will help pay tuition costs for qualifying Virginians. Additional scholarships may also be available.

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