Certified Medication Aide (CMA) Advanced Glucose Monitoring & Insulin Administration

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This 24-hour course focuses on the role of the Certification Medication Aide with advanced diabetes care. The diabetes care will include classroom training and lab/practical training for glucose monitoring and insulin administration in the long-term care setting to stable residents. Learning activities direct the student toward understanding the responsibilities associated with diabetes care and management, proper safety, infection control strategies, communication of key information, and documentation skills.

The course is a self-paced flexible option format with the option to complete limited online hours via our Flexible Health Zoom Classroom. In person class hours located at the Rockwell Campus. Students work with the instructor to create a calendar based on individual needs. The student must pass the State Nurse Aide Registry written exam for Insulin/Glucose Monitoring test with an 80%. The student is responsible for the cost of the exam.

PREREQUISITES: Must have a current LTCA/CMA status on the State Nurse Aide Registry for certification to be placed on the Nurse Aide Registry as an advanced CMA status. 

Call or email Stormie Roberson MS, RN for questions about the course at 405.717.4140 or stormie.roberson@francistuttle.edu

At A Glance

Open To




Total Hours Required

24 hours


up to 8 weeks


Monday - Thursday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Tuition & Costs

Costs for In-State Adult Students

  • Tuition: $119.00
  • Supplies: $10.00

Total: $129.00

Employment & Outcomes

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Employment Opportunities

Graduates of this program are qualified to work for:

Long-Term Care Facilities, and Assisted Living Facilities.

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