DODD Medication Administration Re-Certification 3
**Please arrive 15 minutes early prior to the class.
Clearwater COG Training Course Syllabus
DODD Prescribed Medications and Health Related Activities Re-Certification 3
CERTIFICATION 3 ————————
Course Title: Clearwater COG Medication Administration Certification 3 Course Subcutaneous Insulin Injection by Nursing Delegation
Course Description: The purpose of the Medication Administration Certification 3 Course is to train unlicensed personnel to safely administer subcutaneous Insulin Injection vie flex pen or syringe to individuals who are insulin dependent in select DD settings.
Unlicensed Personnel Certification Requirements: To be eligible for certification as a DODD Unlicensed personnel candidate must have a DODD Medication Administration Category 1 Certification and meet the following minimal 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.
Criteria or Successful Completion of this Course: The Certified DD personnel candidate must attend the class in its entirety, participate in all class activities, successfully pass a closed book exam with a 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.