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In order to learn how to  use the new help desk portal, please open our informational document. This document:  Helpdesk: How to Access New Help Desk Ticketing Systemcontains tips about how to fill out the ticket in order to receive the best service.  In order to open a ticket, click here:    How to access Help Desk User Portal  You can open a ticket right here.  Please note that you may need to check your spam folder if you don’t receive a reply.


Listed below are the Face to Face Classes for Spring 2019.  The classes begin in April of 2019.

Face to Face Class Dates for Spring 2019


In order to implement add your agency to the system you must complete the AgencyEntity_Role_Designation_FormAlso in order to implement the on-line registration process, each Agency/Entity will need to identify individuals to fill two roles for the Agency/Entity. In order to register a staff for the Train the Trainer course and use the on-line registration process, each Agency/Entity must identify an Agency Administrator and Primary Contact(s).  If this information is not received, your Agency/Entity will not be able to register staff for the training.

Please complete the information in the AgencyEntity_Role_Designation_Form  so that your Agency/Entity’s “Agency Administrator and Primary Contact/s” can be identified in the Medication Administration On-line Registration system and submit the form by opening a ticket and creating the category, Agency Entity Role Designation issue.  Click here to submit a ticket.

Fyi:  Here is a description of each role and its responsibilities.

After the requested information has been received, the person(s) identified will receive an email with his/her username and password for the role in which they have been designated.


The following two forms were revised in July 2017.  It is not mandatory that you use them.  You may continue to use the forms you used previously.

Annual Practicum- Updated Form

Initial Summary Form- Updated


For remediation clarifications for the online student course, certified trainers can log in to Trainer Resources. Once logged in, scroll down to the Student Testing and Training area to find the Remediation Clarifications webcast.

The webcast clarifies when remediation is required for the initial training of students in the online course. The webcast contains scenarios about:

  • When remediation is not required,
  • When remediation is required,
  • And, when the specific type of remediation is at the trainer’s discretion.

Also included in the webcast are tips about transferring student testing scores from the online student course to the Summary and Certification Form for Initial Training.

As stated in the Student Training, Testing and Monitoring webcast of Lesson 12, in order to become certified to administer medication, the student must earn 90 points or more on the testing components; which includes the Multiple Choice exam, Written Documentation exam, and Handwashing and Gloving Skills, and successfully complete 4 medication observations.

  • Go to the website.
  • On the black navigation bar at the top of the screen click on Download
  • In the drop down that appears, select Adobe Flash Player
  • On the next page, click on the gold Install Now button

  •  Log in using your Username and Password.
  • (Next screen) Click on Courses & Registration.
  • (Next screen) Click on My Certificate.
  • Save your certificate to your computer.
  • Print your certificate.
  • (Recommendation) Make a copy of the certificate for yourself and the agency

Review this document to avoid some common issues that generate incorrect answers on the Exam (the document provides hints and does not answer any specific exam questions):

Hints for Written Doc Exam_Part2_MAR

If your Agency information is not listed in the drop-down field, it is because your agency has not submitted the necessary information as requested according to the ODP Announcement 084-11 dated July 1, 2011. This Announcement explained the new Medication Administration Online Registration process that began August 1, 2011. The Announcement requested Agency/Entity Directors to identify an Agency/Entity Administrator and a Primary Contact person to manage and register those taking the Train the Trainer or Recertification courses. If your Agency/Entity has not responded to the request, your information is not in the system and you will not be able to register.

If you receive an error message when creating your profile that your username is already in use, consider two things:

  1. If you have registered in the past, use the Forgot Password link located under Registration & Login on the black navigational banner of the Main Website to ensure that you do not have to register as a new user.
  2. If you have not registered in the past and the username you selected is already in use (identified in the error message) by another person, select another username by revising your initial attempt..

If you have registered in the past on the Medication Administration Website, use the Forgot Password link under Registration & Login located on the black navigational banner of the Main Website and follow the directions provided.

If you are unsure whether you are registered as a user on the Medication Administration Website, the Primary Contact for your agency can access the site and let you know.  If you have further questions contact the help desk.

The Administrator manages the agency/entity profile.  The Administrator also manages primary contacts by:

  • Adding a new Primary Contact (name, email address, address, phone)
  • Updating an existing Primary Contact
  • Deactivating a Primary Contact

The Primary Contact role is to manage primary contact profile, employee profiles, verify employment, approve employee requests to participate in training and provide online payment for the employee to participate in the course. The Primary Contact:

  • Assists Users with Registration
  • Updates Profile including deactivating a person’s employment
  • Verifies Employment by
    • Logging in as Primary Contact
    • Clicking on Request tab
    • Confirming Employment
  • Provides online payment for individuals registering training
  • Receives notification of employees pass/fail of course
  • Access to employee trainer certificate
The fee schedule for the  Medication Administration Train the Trainer and Recertification courses is:




























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*One free training per year if the agency has SSI residents (Please Note: Free training cannot be used for Recertification)

Trainers who are certified in both the old course and the new course:

  • Currently, may train students using either course, regardless of the date of expiration of certification in the old course.
  • Must transition to the new course by a date to be determined.

Providers are being given this phase-in option so that each agency can develop a plan to transition to the new course on the timeline that works best for the agency. It is expected that all agencies will be fully transitioned to the new course by a later date to be determined.

Materials and support for the old course will be available until a later date to be determined.

Yes, there is a refund policy.  Once a training participant has started the Train the Trainer online course work, refunds will not be granted.

Transfer of funds to another employee/trainer candidate can be granted upon request by the Agency’s Primary Contact only when there has been a termination of employment, medical emergency, unanticipated medical leave, or death prior to the start of the online testing and upon request.

To request a refund the Agency’s Primary Contact can contact the help desk.

Download a complete copy of the Refund Policy.

The Trainer may request a paper exam by sending an email request to  – The trainer will receive a form to complete in order for the exam (and answer sheet to be sent.  You must be a trainer in our system in order to request and receive a Paper Exam.

Please review:  Medication Administration_How to request Paper Exams

Successful Completion of the following is required:

  • Student Course
  • Multiple Choice and Written Documentation Exams
  • Handwashing and Gloving
  • 4 Medication Observations

Please review for More Details:  Initial Training Requirements to Pass Medications