CNA's Are You Ready For A New Upgrade in Your Career-1

Become a Medication Technician Today! 

Increase your earning potentials!

As a Skilled Nursing Home Health Agency, we have seen the cosmetic plastic surgery  industry grow rapidly for more than 8 years.

CNA’s scope of work has always been limited with respect to medication distribution.  We are providing a 2-day Medication technician training class that will enable a CNA  to support licensed healthcare professionals such as registered nurses and licensed practical nurses.

Also as a medication technician you will be able keep detailed records of the medications prescribed to patients and the side effects patients experience after receiving medications.

As the Healthcare industry grows and improves, we are offering these classes in order for you to achieve excellence in the medical field. 

Where can you work as a medication technician?
As a Med Tech, you can work at Assisted Living Facilities, Private Homecare, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Group Homes, Drug Treatment Facilities, Detox centers and Sober Home.

Who should take this class?

This course is for anyone with an active CNA license in the State of Georgia that has an interest in working at a facility as a medication tech. 

Our 3-hour medication technician class is easy to follow and to feel confident in what you do. 

Class Tuition


Registration include online state testing fee. 

Payment Schedule: $50.00 Deposit Due Today and the remaining balance is due 48 hours prior to class

*Cancellation Policy: All fees are non-refundable but can be transferred to a future class date within 6-months of the current year. 


Students enrolled in the course will learn the following:

Frequently Asked Questions

Students will learn proper handling techniques and be proficient in reading prescription labels.

At the end of the course participants will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the ability to accurately complete and maintain all forms required for the process of medication administration and supervision of self-administration of medication.
  • State principles of safe storage of medications (prescription, controlled, and OTC)
  • Demonstrate correct preparation and administration of medication via oral, topical, transdermal, ophthalmic, otic, rectal, inhaled, and enteral routes
  • Discuss and demonstrate correct supervision of self-administration of medications
  • State medical indications/primary effects/purposes, symptoms of adverse reactions, and side effects of commonly used medications
  • Demonstrate understanding of medication instructions by reading and following instructions on a prescription label or health care practitioner’s order, and accurately completing a MAR
  • State conditions under which PRN medications may be administered.
  • Demonstrate proper safety and sanitation procedures.
  • Demonstrate proper disposal of expired or discontinued medications
  • State and demonstrate the six rights of medication administration
  • Understand the rules for Authorization for Medication Administration and for Informed Consent for Medication Administration.
  • Discuss the validation requirements

This course is for anyone with an active CNA license in the State of Georgia that has an interest in working at a facility as a medication tech. 

The medication tech class is for 3-hours. 

Medication technicians prepare and assist with administration of medications to patients. 

Detox, Assisted Living Facilities, Private Homecare, Skilled Nursing Facilities and Sober Home.

Yes, you will receive a certificate at the end of the class, but it takes 5-7 business days for the certification to show up through the state website after successfully passing the test. 

Contact Us

New You Nursing Agency
(P) 770-891-3610
Monday – Friday: 9am – 4pm 

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