Get All Your Medication Administration Certification Classes Done In One Place!
At CRMA Certs, we provide quality education to your Direct Support Professionals (DSPs), so they may, in return, support your individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities who need assistance to live their lives and enjoy the same benefits as people without disabilities.
Better medication administration = safer residents + happier staff
When you choose us, you'll have peace of mind knowing that our certified medical aides have met the highest standards of excellence in administering medication. That's because we have a rigorous training program designed to get them up to speed on all of the state-mandated requirements for handling medications safely and efficiently—and we'll work one-on-one with any DSP who needs additional help or guidance.
Jen, who is a Licensed Registered Nurse in Maine and Massachusetts, Oncology Certified Nurse, certified CRMA trainer, and Maine Developmental Disabilities Nursing Network member, engages your staff in skills training, supervises them as they administer the meds for the first time, and returns to audit the medication administration process.
Classes provided include but are not limited to:
CRMA Certs is your expert eye on medication administration records
"She used a good method to explain what she wanted us to understand."
"She tried to help me in my new career."
"I am very thankful to the instructor for facilitating me during this training"
"Excellent class I take, and I like this class for CRMA."
"Clear and calm teaching."
"I like the method teacher teaches. She is a good teacher. She does her best for the student to understand. I recommend other students or companies to her. She is a good teacher."
"Great job. I enjoyed how we covered all the material and focused on important topics."
"I feel Jen was an excellent instructor that identified the situation and the material. She focused on overall knowledge of material and accuracy."
"My instructor was able to inform us on all topics in a universal way properly. Easy to understand and use information in context to our job/role.
"Very interactive, knowledgeable, and friendly."
"More activities are done in the book, like the medication identification."
"Very thorough. Very good with non-English speakers. Gave a lot of examples, worked 1:1 with people if they didn't understand."
"I had a good time, and I very much appreciated it. Now, I know the right and how to pass meds."
"She was comfortable to talk to and well organized. Also, she interacted with the class very well."
"My appreciation to the company and building our capacity."
"She knows what she was teaching; she used a lot of examples and emphasized important subjects"
"She did not have a huge whiteboard to write everything."
"The instructor was very engaged and would try to have class participate as much as possible."