Medication Aide

Medication Aide Certificate of Completion

The Medication Aide course (ALHN 116) runs over a period of several weeks. See schedules below. The course consists of 120 hours of lecture, lab and clinical education and provides an opportunity to seek higher wages and/or improve on skills needed in the nursing field. It is a five college credit hour course. A qualified registered nurse will be teaching the course. Class size will be small to ensure safe and personal instruction. Certification state testing, after completion of the program, will be held at the training site.

Qualified students would include: a current Ohio State Tested Nurse Aide (STNA) or an aide who has worked for one full year, full time, providing resident care in an Assisted Living Facility in Ohio. 

Career information for this program

More information regarding the Ohio Medication Aide program can be found at:

STNAs who are interested in the nursing field and who qualify may benefit from this course, as there is pharmacology content and hands on skills in administration of medications. 

  • This course has been approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing.

Presently, the course will be held at:

Avon Oaks, A Caring Community  
37800 French Creek Road
Avon, Ohio 44011

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