UPCOMING Q MAP CLASSESDates: September 28 - 29, 2017
Registration: Click HERE to pay online, click HERE to download form
Q MAP PURPOSEThe medication administration program is established in accordance with Section 25-1.5-301, C.R.S et seq. The medication administration course is designed to teach unlicensed staff to safely administer medications in settings authorized by law. Staff who successfully complete the medication administration course are not certified or licensed in any way, and are not trained or authorized to make any type of judgment, assessment or evaluation of a client. Staff who successfully complete the course are considered Qualified Medication Administration Persons (QMAP). Successful applicants will pass written exam (85%) and a hands-on practical exam (100%).
- Safe administration of medications according to written physician's orders
- Maintaining proper documentation of the administration of both prescription and nonprescription drugs
- Use of proper techniques when administering medications by the various routes
You will know and demonstrate mastery of the following:
A. Comprehension of important guidelines
B. Use and forms of drugs
C. Medication orders
E. Medication reminder boxes
F. Steps of procedures
G. Medication errors
H. Medication storage
I. Safely and accurately fill and administer medications to and from medication reminder boxes with oversight from a licensed person or qualified manager
Information for Students - Student Qualification
1. QMAP students must provide proof of age. Minimum age of 18.
2. Students should not work the overnight shift before attending the QMAP class and should not work overnight before testing.
3. Students must read, write and speak English
4. Students should have basic math skills
5. Students must provide photo identification at the class
Study Material & Class Requirements
1. Google q map Colorado
2. Click on the link it will take you to the state web site.
3. Stroll down to Student Resources
a. Watch the medication video
b. Complete the online On line preparatory course and follow instructions
c. Bring the certificates of completion to class on the first day
4. Email instructor at email@example.com to receive a copy of the Student Syllables needed for class – PLEASE BRING TO CLASS.
5. For dosage calculation practice you can recommend the following website to students: quizlet.com
At the completion of this course, you should be able to demonstrate:
- Proper reading, understanding and transcribing of physician’s orders
- Accurate calculation of drug dosages. Understanding intended effects of medications, and the possible side effects and adverse side effects.
- Knowledge of safe administration of medications via multiple "routes" (ingested, applied, inhaled, inserted) in designated settings using written physician orders according to the "6 rights of administration"
- SAFE administration of medications from Medication Reminder Boxes (MRB)
** Upon successful completion of this course the non-licensed person would have proven thru competency, as determined by a Registered and/or Licensed Nurse – that while administration in an individual’s medication and when appropriate, observation of an individual’s self-administration of medications as a Qualified Medication Administration Person.***
1. Assisted living residences.
2. Alternative care facilities.
3. State certified adult day programs.
4. Residential Child Care Facilities
5. Developmentally Disabled (with additional training from PASA) (Notify Instructor)
Registration & Payments
1. Click HERE to download registration form. Return completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 303-261-1112.
2. Click HERE to pay via PayPal, or submit cash or Money Order in the amount of $100.00.
3. Payment must be received 48 hours prior to attending class.
4. Once a payment has been made a refund is not available.
****You must receive a 85% or higher in the written test and 100% in practicum exam to pass!****