- Emily Calabrese
The new haven/Woodbridge location was fabulous. Kevin was exceptionally friendly and overall extremely knowledgeable and helpful! I will definitely be... read more - 12/07/2017
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Great mamangement that gets back to your quickly and always available to troubleshoot any issues that come up. They are... read more - 5/23/2018
- Tanya Fountaine
I had Don for a refresher BLS, and he was great! Very friendly, easy going, and made the class... read more - 5/22/2015Marie Sprow
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- Katie Martin
I completed the online portion and test, then went to the classroom for the hands on portion of certification. For... read more - 7/26/2018Jason Bealer
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Code One’s Medication Administration course trains childcare providers on the safe delivery of oral, inhaled, topical, and injectable medications commonly used in family daycare homes and childcare centers. This course is compliant with Connecticut Office of Early Childhood requirements.
Participants who have already completed the Medication Administration program and need reauthorization for injectable medications may take the Epinephrine Refresher course.
This course is specifically designed for Connecticut licensed childcare providers at family daycare homes and childcare centers.
This course includes a participant guide, testing, and authorization certificate.
$85 – Includes course materials, testing, and authorization certificate.
A skills examination and written test are conducted as part of this course. Students that do not successfully complete the skills test are remediated and allowed an additional attempt to test.
Participants that successfully complete training receive authorization for oral, topical, and inhaled medications valid of three years and emergency injectable medications of one year.