Certified Medication Aide Training Program

Brought to you in Partnership with ADD's CMA
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Our program offers the perfect blend of online convenience and hands-on experience. Start your journey with comprehensive online modules, then transition seamlessly to in-person training sessions, ensuring you receive the best of both worlds.

Affordable Excellence

We understand the importance of accessibility in pursuing your career goals. As one of the most cost-effective options in the state, our program provides exceptional value without compromising on quality. Invest in your future without breaking the bank.

State Accreditation

Rest assured that you’re receiving education of the highest standard. Our program is accredited by Georgia Department of Community Health, reflecting our commitment to excellence and ensuring that your credentials are recognized and respected in the healthcare industry.

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Our Medication Aide program equips students with the necessary skills and knowledge to safely administer medications under the supervision of licensed healthcare professionals. Through a combination of classroom instruction and hands-on training, students learn about medication administration procedures, dosage calculations, medication interactions, and documentation requirements.

The coursework begins online and is self-paced. Finish as soon as you want! Students must complete their online coursework by the in-person skills date. Students will come in for one 8-hour skills session, and one 4-hour final exam session.

For Winder CNA Training Customers:
Tuition: $450

For ADD’s Pharmacy Facility Customers:
Existing Employees Register for Free. Facilities must have the Registration Code to receive tuition for free.

Graduates of our Medication Aide program can pursue various career paths in the healthcare industry. Some potential job titles include Medication Aide, Medication Technician, Medication Assistant, or Certified Medication Aide. These professionals typically work in long-term care facilities, assisted living facilities, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and other healthcare settings.

Graduates of our program may find employment opportunities in a wide range of healthcare facilities, including:

  • Nursing homes
  • Assisted living facilities
  • Hospitals
  • Rehabilitation centers
  • Home healthcare agencies
  • Hospice care facilities

The salary for Medication Aides can vary depending on factors such as location, experience, and employer. However, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for Medication Aides was $29,960 as of May 2020. Entry-level Medication Aides may earn lower salaries initially, with the potential for higher earnings with experience and additional certifications.

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