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New Hampshire Student Protection and Disclosures

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Requirements for acceptance into a Medication Nursing Assistant Program

The following standards must be met prior to acceptance into the course:

✓  Employer recommendation

✓  Completed application

✓  Pass an entrance exam with no less than 90%

✓  Submit evidence of a current Mantoux testing

✓  Criminal Record form: Completed criminal record, free from any felony charges and any charges of abuse, theft or drug related charges.

*All felony and/or misdemeanor charges for abuse, theft or drug related offenses make an applicant ineligible for admission.

✓  Two-character references from supervisors

✓  Holds a valid and unencumbered nursing assistant license issued by the board of nursing

✓  Possesses proficiency in English and basic mathematics as determined by the sponsoring institution

✓  Proof of valid NH unrestricted nursing assistance license

✓ Proof of employment within the past 5 years with the equivalent of 2 years full time

*Prior experience and education as a Medication Nursing Assistance cannot be applied to programs and courses

Acceptance into the program will be determined by meeting all of the above criteria. Acceptance will not be influenced by race, color, religion, age, national origin, marital status, or sexual preferences. Students with disabilities will also be considered for the program provided they meet all eligibility criteria and can perform the functions of an MNA. All students will be given equal clinical opportunities.

SCHEDULE OF DATES 

Classes are ongoing throughout the calendar year. Program consists of a total of 60 hours

 CURRICULUM 

Teacher to student ratio will be one instructor in the classroom and lab portions with no more than one instructor per 4 students in the clinical setting. Students may not move into the clinical program unless they have passed all lab skills with 100% accuracy. Students that successfully complete the program must pass the final exam with at least a 90%.

Theory will consist of the body system, Pharmacology, Pharmokinetics, Forms of medication, routes of medication, standard abbreviations, 5 rights of medication administration, infection control, use of equipment and methods of assessment, review of various drug types, disease process, working with the geriatric client rehab, and communication skills through a holistic approach.

Lab will include completion of a skills checklist to evaluate the student’s understanding and safety practices.

Clinical experiences will allow the student to work directly with the geriatric population administering medications under the supervision on the instructor only.

 COMPLETION REQUIREMENT 

Students must have an attendance rate of 100% of the program. Successful graduated must pass with a 90% in theory and 100% in clinical.

REFUNDS  

Any buyer may cancel this transaction any time prior to midnight of the third business day after the date of this transaction.

  Full Refund. A school shall provide a student with a full refund, of all monies paid within 30 days if: 

            (a) The school procured the student's enrollment as the result of any false representations in the written materials used by the school or in oral representations made by or on behalf of the school; or 

            (b) The student withdraws from the program or course on or before the first day of instruction, a full refund, less an administrative fee, not to exceed $150. 

  Other Refunds.   

          (a) A school shall provide a student with a partial refund of monies paid within 30 days if:

  (1) A student who withdraws or is dismissed before 50% of the instruction period shall receive a pro-rata refund, less an administrative fee, not to exceed $350; 

  (2) A student who withdraws or is dismissed after more than 50% of the instruction period shall receive no refund. 

All notice of withdrawal must be made in writing to the MPES to be considered for refunds. Med Pro Educational Services LLC does not accept federal funds as payment. 

TUITION 

Registration Fee: $150.00 (nonrefundable)

Tuition: $1580.00. Half is due upon application ($740.00), of which $150.00 is the nonrefundable registration fee

Uniform: Student responsibility

Textbook: $150.00 through Med Pro Educational or Student responsibility

Drug reference book: Student responsibility

Unpaid balance due by 4th class or a $50.00 late fee will be applied

Additional fees:

Late fee $50.00

Makeup class and clinical hours $40.00 per hour must be paid in advance

Retake of final exam: $100.00 administrative fee PLUS $40.00 per hours for test x2 hours ($80.00)

Optional Private Tutoring is available at students request and/or will be offered for students based on performance on quizzes. Strongly recommended for students that do not pass the final exam on the first attempt: $40.00 per hour. Fees must be paid in advance. 

TRANSFER OF CREDIT 

Previous education and training cannot be applied to the courses offered by Med Pro Educational Services LLC.

COMPLAINT PROCESS 

MPES adopts the following grievance policy:

 If a situation occurs while in class/clinical where a student feels there is a need for the instructor to assist them with conflict resolution, the students will provide in writing their complaint.

The instructor has 3 weekdays to investigate and attempt to find an agreeable resolution in writing. If the student is unsatisfied with the resolution, they have the option of notifying the program coordinator. The student will forward all original written complaints to the program coordinator. The program coordinator has additional 3 weekdays to investigate, and provide written attempt of resolution to the student.

All grievance resolutions will be forwarded to the program coordinator to keep on file.

If the student’s concern is related to the instructor, they will provide written documentation to the program coordinator directly.

All grievances should be emailed to MedProEducational@comcast.net to allow for immediate investigation.

If a student has exhausted the complaint process of the school, and said process was found in favor of the school, the student may then ask that the Department of Education assist with the grievance policy by contacting:

 If the complaint process at the school is completed and found to be in favor of the school, students may then contact the Office of Career School Licensing, Department of Education, 101 Pleasant St, Concord NH 03301, (603) 271-6443 

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