Medication Nursing Assistant (MNA)

Course Description:                                                                  Instructor: Nancy Noble BSN

The definition of a MNA is a LNA who is authorized by a special endorsement from the Vermont Board of Nursing  to administer certain medications to residents in nursing homes. A MNA is supervised on-site, on the unit by an LPN, RN, or APRN.

This class is offered to LNAs who hold an unencumbered Vermont LNA license and have no fewer than 4000 hours of LNA experience, 2000 hours or one year must be in a long term care nursing facility. Candidates must be at least 18 years of age  and have a high school diploma or GED and successfully complete TABE in Applied Mathematics Level D6.

To be eligible for testing, a student must complete 100 hours of training: 60 classroom/lab hours at the North Country Career Center, and 40 clinical hours at the Bel Aire Center. Limit 8 students.


FEES: 
            Tuition:                $1400              ***No Payment online at this time***
            Textbook:            $100
            Testing Fees:      $85         (directly paid to Pearson Vue)
            TOTAL:               $1585 
                        
                      ***Up to 50% off is available for all students that do not qualify VSAC non-degree grant***

>>> Applications Due by December 1, 2017. Classes start in January. <<< 
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