This course is designed to instruct the student in basic uncomplicated nursing procedures to be performed under the supervision of a licensed nurse. The Certified Nurse Assistant will develop skills, attitudes, and concepts that are essential to developing the Certified Nurse Assistant.See Course
This program will prepare the experienced CNA to take the final Restorative Examination and achieve certification after which the individual will be able to work as the Restorative Nurse Assistant in long term care facilities.See Course
This course meets MO DHSS regulations for the classroom portion of the L1MA. It will require clinical practice by a qualified instructor in the facility and a final examination and practicum.See Course
This program meets the requirements for non-certified nursing personnel to assist and feed residents. This is an excellent strategy for improving dining services and providing support in high utilization times.
ALF Assessor Meets MO regulatory requirements for becoming an approved ALF Assessment Coordinator. Registration is limited to licensed nursing home administrators, nurses, or degrees in social service work.
The Missouri required L1MA 2-year update. This course meets the training requirements in the state of Missouri for the required bi-annual update for Level One Medication Aides.See Course
There are 2 courses in this module that provide NHA and RCAL MO Study. This program is designed to prepare you for the Missouri Nursing Home Administrator Licensure and the study course for the RCAL administrator examination.See Courses
There are 2 courses in this module. Included is the Administrator Licensure Series National Residential Care/Assisted Living Facility Administrator Exam Study Course and the Administrator Licensure Series National Administrator Board Examination Study Course.See Courses
The Social Service Designee Course is an approximately 24-hour course that will prepare an individual to fulfill the role of Social Service Designee in their facility.See Course
This course meets the federal requirements for the 16-hour pre-touch training and is a pre-requisite to the CNA Course where the student is working in a facility while completing the CNA course.See Course
The CMT course shall be prescribed by the department in order to prepare individuals for employment as certified medication technicians in intermediate care facilities and skilled nursing facilities (ICF/SNF). The program shall be designed to teach skills in medication administration of nonparenteral medications, which will qualify students to perform this procedure to assist licensed practical nurses (LPNs) or registered nurses (RNs) in medication therapy.See Course