QMA Program Director Training

Qualified Medication Aide (QMA) Program Director Training

Upcoming training dates:
September and November 2024

During the virtual Qualified Medication Aide (QMA) Program Director training course, which is offered via Zoom, you will review program operational standards to be used in the development and presentation of an educational program for QMAs. 

$299 for Qualified Medication Aide (QMA) Program Director Training session (includes Zoom session and Canvas Course).
$199 if you are also taking the CNA training course held on the same day.

(Please note when registering for this course – the $299 fee includes the Zoom course and the Canvas course. If you plan to also attend the CNA course, select the $199 fee on the CNA registration page. You do not need to take the Canvas portion twice.)

Registration for the program is limited. Advance registration is required, and day-of registrations are not accepted.

Additional registration information will be available soon!

Contact Hours and Disclosures

Contact hours will be calculated based upon the length of the Zoom session.

Preparing for the Training

Your registration confirmation email contains important instructions regarding setting up your guest account for access to the Canvas learning management system. Please read carefully and complete this process as soon as possible to avoid delay in accessing the online portion of the course.

Zoom access information will be sent prior to the workshop date. Prior to the session, check your network connections, audio, and video in Zoom by visiting the Zoom test room.

Registrants will be added to the Canvas course site the day prior to the workshop.

Handouts will be sent electronically to the email address provided on the registration form. Participants should save the handouts on a device/laptop to use during the workshop and, if desired, print handouts; no handouts are provided.

Please Note!

You must be a registered nurse (RN) currently licensed and practicing in the state of Indiana and have:

  • A minimum of two years of licensed nurse experience including at least one year in the provision of long-term care facility services
  • Documented proof of completion of an ISDH-approved training course (the QMA Program Director Training meets this requirement)
  • A letter of approval from the ISDH prior to beginning the QMA program (after attending the QMA Program Director Training, you'll apply to ISDH and receive the letter of approval)

If you have questions about the qualifications required to develop and teach the QMA Training course or for a complete list of minimum qualifications, contact the ISDH at 317-233-7445.

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