Breath for Life Inc

“First Aid & CPR Training in Edmonton and Area”

Medication Administration

Medication Administration

Medication Administration Course

The Medication Administration Course helps participants understand the process of administering medications safely to others. This one day course, delivered through virtual means, focuses on understanding agency protocols around documentation expectations, rights of medication administration and method of delivery in the context of legalities and prevention of errors. This course, taught by a Registered Nurse, will help you build a sound awareness of safe administration practices. This course follows the learning outcomes of the Alberta Council of Disability Services. You will receive a certificate with successful completion of an assignment. You may also be interested in a CPR course.

What is involved when you take this virtual session? You are required to print off the workbook for which a link will be provided in your confirmation receipt. This workbook will allow you to follow along during the course and complete the assignment to achieve certification (details provided during the virtual session). You will be provided a Google Meet Link two days prior to the virtual course session so that you can log into the session from the convenience of your own environment. You will not be required to broadcast during the session as this is an information session only. If you have questions during the course, you may chat them into the session at any time.

Course Topics

  • General rules & Rights
  • Documentation Records
  • Administration Methods
    • Oral/Liquid & Solid Medications
    • Ear Drops
    • Eye Drops and Ointments
    • Nasal Sprays
    • Puffers & Spacer-devices
    • Topical Medications & Patches
    • Rectal Suppositories & Enemas
    • Epi-Pens
  • Administration Challenges
  • Discontinued Medications
  • Monthly & LOA Medications
  • Common Challenges
  • Signs/Symptoms of Common Medical Conditions
  • Medication Packaging & Labeling
  • Common Medication Classifications

Course Details

  • Date/Time: Please select a date below
  • Duration: 6 Hours (4 hour virtual session and 2 hour homework assignment which needs to be emailed to the instructor).
  • Cost:  $90.00+GST/Person (see dates below).
  • To book a group session please email: breathforlifeinc@shaw.ca.

Medication Administration Dates

Date/Time

Location

Registration

March 14: Thursday
9AM - 1PM-- You must log into the virtual session on-time --

Virtual Session – Mountain Daylight Time

Course Full


Date/Time

Location

Registration

April 18: Thursday
9AM - 1PM-- You must log into the virtual session on-time --

Virtual Session – Mountain Daylight Time


Accepted Payment Methods

Payment option cash

  • Great instructor! Kept me interested the whole way through! Excellent!
  • It was great overall. I learned allot of things regarding medications I didn’t learn before.
  • Really more informative and engaging than I was expecting. Thanks for excellence in teaching.
  • Much better considering it was a Saturday! Great job! Very enthusiastic, made the day go by quickly.
  • Did an amazing job! He kept the course lively and held the attention of the course attendees. Awesome job!
  • Very engaged! Excellent instructor, kept people interested and having fun throughout.
  • This instructor took the stress out of what could have been a stressful course. Keep up the good work.
  • Very instructive! Received lot of information for med administration.
  • Very informative and took the time to explain any queries.
  • Very well done and very informative. Good hands on approach.
  • Patient, relevant, rolled with content and participants. Very informative and enjoyable.
  • Amazing job. Would highly recommend course to other people.
  • Great, good sense of course, very energetic.
  • Took a course before, elsewhere, and this one was less stressful and fun. Great class.
  • Fantastic! Learned allot. Very knowledgeable and upbeat.
  • Awesome! Knowledgeable, engaging, fun, efficient. Loved him! Thanks!