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Get Your Medication Aide Certification

You Can Become a Certified Medication Aide With Our Help!

Bethel House training Institute in Wichita, Kansas has a 100% pass rate since 2009. You can become a certified medication aide (CMA) in less than a month when you attend our classes. We have posted new class schedules, made with working CNAs in mind. Previous students may inquire about special discounts!


COVID Vaccine NOT required to enroll or attend our class/clinicals!

NO additional fees if you are NOT vaccinated

Only 5 Mandatory Days!


CMA Hybrid Class

This class is all online with the exception of:

Mandatory Orientation the first day from 10am-12pm (specified below)

Skills Check Off from 9am-2pm

3 Clinical days from 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM (meets at facility at 6:45am)

Enrolled students can come and use the computer lab to complete course work anytime M-F 9-5 also eve hours available


Call us with any questions you may have!

October 11th - November 7th

(9 Spots)

Orientation 10/11 from 10am-Noon

Skills Check 11/2 from 9am-2pm

Clinicals 11/8, 11/9, 11/10 from 7am-3:30pm

November 1st - November 28th

(12 Spots)

Orientation 11/1 from 10am-Noon

Skills Check 11/28 from 9am-2pm

Clinicals 11/29, 11/30, 12/1 from 7am-3:30pm

CMA Evening Class (N/A @ this time)

5:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Two Days per Week

Eight Classes and Three Clinical Days

Call for More Info


New All-Inclusive Rate of $595 Includes:

  • BHTI Tote Bag with Textbook, Workbook, Notebook, and Pen*
  • Scrubs (XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL, and XXXXL included)*
  • State Registration Fee
  • State Testing Fee
  • 100% Refund Guarantee!!

Course Description

This course will teach students the role and responsibilities of a Certified Medication Aide. Students will learn the legal and ethical aspects of administering medications, the different forms of medications, preparation of medications, and the recording and observation of medication administration. Students will also learn to read a prescription and mathematically calculate the correct drug dosages for administration. Students will review the Kansas Adult Care Home Regulations and how they apply to a CMA.

Students are prepared during the theory/ lab phase of the course to perform medication administration by various routes to residents in long-term care facilities, under the direction and supervision of a licensed nurse. Students participate in a minimum of twenty-five hours of hands-on experience in a long term care setting and simulated lab to assure students’ eligibility for the Kansas Medication Aide certification examination.

The course is designed to enable students to gain employment upon graduation as a CMA and to make informed decisions on career objectives through education. This course meets all federal and state requirements for education and training of a Certified Medication Aide.

     Course Prerequisites

  • Must Have an Active CNA Certificate
  • Take the ASSET 8th Grade Level Reading Exam (Taken at Bethel)
  • Must Be 18 Years of Age
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