STL Training - Certified Medication Technician (CMT) Program Application
To learn more about the Certified Medication Technician (CMT) Program please fill out the training application below.

Qualify for Financial Assistance:

Applicants must qualify for funding resources through the Missouri Job Centers or other agencies in order to attend training.

Missouri Job Center, SLATE 1520 Market St #3050, St. Louis, MO 63103. If you are applying for the HPOG grant through SLATE, you must live in St. Louis city or St. Louis county to qualify. If you do not live in St. Louis, please contact your local Job Center to apply for WIOA/SkillUp funding to cover the cost of the program.

ITEMS THAT MO Job Center WILL NEED TO QUALIFY YOU FOR FUNDING TO COVER THE COST OF THE PROGRAM.

1. Your Driver’s License
2. Your Social Security Card
3. Work Keys Scores (within a year IF YOU HAVE ALREADY TAKEN THE TEST at a JOB CENTER) If you have not completed this test please contact the Job Center to sign up for a date to take the Work Keys test.
4. Any proof of government assistance, i.e. Food Stamps, Unemployment Insurance
5. Proof of the last six months income, W-2, year to date check stub
6. You MUST have high school diploma/transcripts, GED, or HSET


Please contact Angela Baker 314-989-7486, abaker@ssdmo.org, if you have any questions.
First and Last Name *
Address *
City *
State- You must live in St. Louis city or St. Louis county to qualify for the HPOG grant through SLATE *
Zip Code *
E-mail address *
Phone Number *
Are you listed as active on the Missouri CNA registry and employed as a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) for at least six (6) months prior to enrollment in the CMT course? *
Do you have your high school diploma or equivalency? *
Certified Medication Technician (CMT) Program
The purpose of the Certified Medication Technician (CMT) training program is to prepare individuals for employment as a CMT in an intermediate care or skilled care nursing facility. The program is designed to teach skills in administration of non-parenteral medications that will qualify students to perform this procedure to assist licensed practical nurses or registered professional nurses in medication therapy.

This nine-week program consists of at least 60 classroom hours of instruction and a minimum of 8-hours of clinical practice under the direct supervision of an instructor. Instruction includes: basic review of body systems and medication effect on each system; medical terminology; infection control; and medication classifications. * 8 hour practicum to be arranged by instructor.

Students must successfully compete a final written examination and a minimum two-hour final practicum exam before a certificate can be issued. Upon successful completion of the program and testing, students' names will be placed on the Missouri State Certified Medication Technician (CMT) Registry.

Student Qualifications:
Verification of a high school diploma or a General Education Development (GED) Certificate.
Listed as active on the Missouri CNA registry and employed as an approved Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) for at least six (6) months prior to enrollment in the CMT course.
Submits a letter to the training agency from the student's administrator or director of nursing recommending the student take the course or a letter from a previous long-term care employer if unemployed.
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