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Medication Administration Certification

Pursuant to Special Act 17-21, which directed the Departments of Children and Families (DCF), Developmental Services (DDS), and Public Health to perform a Lean process to streamline and standardize the process by which certain types of facilities are licensed by these state agencies, a subcommittee was convened to review and revise the existing process by which DCF, DDS and DPH train and certify unlicensed personnel who assist with medication administration in the state agencies’ licensed facilities.   The process has been divided into two phases: (Phase 1) the uniform interagency medication administration training online curriculum and exam and (Phase 2) agency-specific certification and onsite practicum


The training will be piloted late January of 2002 and it is anticipated it will be live in March of 2022. 


Special Act 17-21

State of Connecticut Medication Administration Training - Phase 1 

Medication Administration Powerpoint Presentation

Student Manual

CT_How to Launch the Course

This course will be Phase One of  two phase process to enable the employee to safely administer medications. At the completion of this training the employee will receive a certificate of accomplishment of phase one. Phase two will be a more detailed training occurring through the specified agency of affiliation. The goal of this training is to prepare non-licensed personnel to safely administer medications to individuals who are supported by the Department of Children and Families (DCF), Department of Developmental Services (DDS) and the Department of Public Health. Follow the link to access the course (ID 1101521).


Uniform Interagency Medication Administration Program FAQ


CT Train Learning Management System (LMS)


CT Train How-to Guides

1. CT Train_How to create an account

2. CT Train_How to manage your account  (Complete before registering for courses

3. CT Train_How to  verification email  (Complete before registering for courses


6. CT Train_How to reset password