DODD Medication Administration Re-Certification 1
Registration Deadline is Monday, September 12, 2022. If you have missed the deadline for registering, you must contact Stacy Adams 419-307-5291.
**Please arrive 15 minutes early prior to the class.
Clearwater COG Training Course Syllabus
DODD Prescribed Medications and Health Related Activities Re-Certification 1
CERTIFICATION 1 ————————
Course Title: DODD Prescribed Medications and Health Related Activities Certification Category 1
Learning objectives: Certified personnel will attend all sessions and demonstrate the preparation, administration and documentation procedure when administering prescribed medication presented in the curriculum; how to perform and document the health-related activities presented in the curriculum; and possess minimum knowledge base by passing a written exam with no less than 80%. Certified personnel will identify what is required to maintain and renew certification, how the rules and regulations governing administration of medications and performance of health-related activities apply to their care-giving activities. They will identify actions to take when signs and symptoms may indicate a significant health problem or medication side effect.
Unlicensed Personnel Certification Requirements: To be eligible for certification in the DODD approved Medication Administration Category 1 program the personnel must meet the following requirements:
- At least 18 years of age
- High school diploma or GED
- Meets the criteria of Nurse Aide registry background check
- Meets the criteria of DODD Abuser Registry
- Meets the criteria of background check in compliance with the Rule 5123:2-02-2
- Employed by Certified DD Agency or Certified DODD IP
- Application completed by DD Agency or completed by DODD IP and submit HSD/GED (For IP only) verified by RN Trainer
Criteria for Successful Completion of this Course: The candidate must attend the class in its entirety, participate in class activities, successfully pass the closed book exam with an 80% or higher score, and successfully complete a skill check for each task taught in the course and complete an evaluation.
Instructional Methods/Learning Tools:Lecture, small group interactive exercises, class discussion, return demonstrations, quizzes, puzzles, student note taking, written exam, overhead projector and power point presentation. Simulation of administering food and medication via G-Tube.