CBRF Medication Administration Course

CBRF Medication Administration Course

Many residents in community settings require assistance with their medication administration and staff play a key role in the process of assuring they receive the medication correctly. Administration of medication is an important job. Some studies have shown that as much as 40% of medication is administered incorrectly in long-term care facilities. Learning how to administer medications correctly is a serious responsibility and the residents rely on staff to keep them safe.
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CBRF Medication Administration Course Objectives

This Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF) training covers a wide range of topics, all designed to provide the information and skills necessary to properly administer medications to those in your care. Topics in this course include:


  • Resident Rights
  • Policies and Procedures
  • Delegated Procedures
  • Medication Management
  • Medical Terms and Abbreviations
  • Medication Packaging
  • Labeling and Storage
  • Types of Medications
  • Medication Administration

CBRF Medication Administration Course Length

There are 14 hours of instruction, which includes DVD and hands-on instruction, as well as written and skills tests.

Intended Audience

We encourage individuals who are seeking employment or are currently employed at a CBRF facility in the State of Wisconsin. Also, you must be at least 18 years of age to participate in this course.


CBRF Medication Administration Course: $175