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Fresh Start Healthcare, LLC

Train-the-Trainer Classes

Train-the-Trainer COMBO Medication Aide & Nurse Aide Class - Roanoke


with Teresa Mason, RN, CPhT

Calendar Feb 27, 2020 at 8 am


COMBO Train-the-Trainer Class
Join us for 1-day (long 10hr day) to complete the Train-the-Trainer classes for Medication Aide AND Nurse Aide programs.
*2 certificates issued within 14 Business days


Holiday Inn Roanoke-Tanglewood

4468 Starkey Rd
Parlor Room: 336
Roanoke, VA 24018
Phone: (540) 774-4400* Directions Only

For Special Room Rates Contact: 
Jamie Misztalskivia


Cost: $450
(Regular cost is $350 for each class for a total of $700; this COMBO class offers a special price of only $450 for both)

Date: Thursday, February 27, 2020

Times: 8:00am-6:00pm
*Breaks & Lunchtime provided between Sections #1, #2, #3

* Special - BOX LUNCH provided

Section #1 (3hrs):

Entails understanding the specifics of adult learners, engaging multiple personalities, emphasis on making learning fun and interactive in the classroom.


Section #2 (3hrs):

Train-the-Trainer for Medication Aide (RMA) is intended for RN, LPN, RPh who wish to teach unlicensed persons and learn how to establish a program and its principles of adult learning, prepare and present lesson plans in a Medication Aide Program (RMA) approved by the Virginia Board of Nursing and the Department of Social Services for Assisted Living facilities.

The student Medication Aide training course requires a total of 68 hours  (40hrs lecture/skills, 8hrs Diabetes, and 20 hours of clinical experience) for students to apply to the Virginia Board of Nursing and sit for the state competency Written Exam (online) to become a Registration Medication Aide (RMA).

Pre-requisites: LPN, RN, Pharmacist

Certification Years: N/A


Section #3 (3hrs):

Train-the-Trainer for Nurse Aide (CNA) is intended for RNs and LPNs who wish to teach unlicensed persons about patient care, how to establish a program, principles of adult learning, and preparing and presenting lesson plans in a Nurse Aide Program (CNA) approved by the Virginia Board of Nursing.

The student Nurse Aide training course requires 80 hours of lecture/skills and 40 hours of clinical experience for students to apply to the Virginia Board of Nursing and sit for the state required Written/Oral & Skills Exams to become a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA).

Pre-requisites: LPN, RN

Certification Years: N/A

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