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

The CBRF Medication Administration course consists of ten (10) hours of online instructions, plus an additional four (4) hours of in-person instruction for skills check-off.

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.

Upcoming Classes

No upcoming classes at this time. Check back soon for updates!

Pricing

CBRF Medication Administration Course: $175

 

CBRF All Four Course Bundle: $365.50

 

*Special pricing may be available for current or previous Quality CNA Training Nurse Aide students. Please contact us for more information.