3-credit Technical Certificate
Time to Degree
Less than 1 year
How You'll Learn
- Be at least 18 years of age.
- Have a high school diploma or high school equivalency diploma.
- Be current on the State of Wisconsin nurse aide directory.
- Be current on the federal nurse aide directory.
- Have at least 2,000 hour of experience in direct patient care within the last three years.
- Have worked a minimum of 40 hours within the last 90 days, with the residents to whom the student will be administering medications.
- Be recommended in writing by the director of nursing and the administrator of the agency in which the student will be working during the clinical experience.
- Be recommended in writing by two licensed charge nurses under whose licenses the aide will be administering medications.
This is a contracted course that is only offered in collaboration with your employer.
This competency-based certificate is designed for certified Nursing Assistants who will, upon completion, be involved with administration/distribution of medications to residents in a skilled care nursing facility. Employer approval, proof of work experience and a pre-enrollment assessment are required.
- Thursdays, September 8-November 10, 2022
- Clinicals take place on location November 11-December 8, 2022.
- Classes will be held from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. in Building Q (Corporate Training Center).
Estimated cost per participant: $2,000 plus mileage and travel expenses
Employer covers costs of all fees and instructional materials. Contact the Corporate Training Center for estimated contract costs.