How do I become a CMT in Kentucky? | allnurses

How do I become a CMT in Kentucky?

  1. 0 I have been googling everywhere trying to find out what are the requirements to becoming a CMT and where I could take classes to become one. I am a CNA. I need to find classes in Louisville, Kentucky. Does anyone happen to know? Or would be so kind enough to help me search? Thank you.
  2. Visit  kitkat278 profile page

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    27 Years Old; Joined Jun '08; Posts: 1.

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  3. Visit  NurseCard profile page
    You might want to try the Kentucky Nurses forum. As for myself, I honestly don't know. =( Aren't CMT's typically used in nursing homes, for passing out medications? You might try calling the nursing homes in your area and asking if they offer classes.
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  4. Visit  BBFRN profile page
    Thread moved to KY Nurses forum to encourage more responses.

    RealNurseWitch is correct that CMTs are used in nursing homes in KY, as well as MD offices. I think we call them QMAs here, don't we?

    Try looking at Brown-Mackie College, and National College. I believe they have MA programs.
  5. Visit  thatindiangurl profile page
    nope...kma's...I am one and I can't find a job. No one is hiring them :-( They want to hire you as a CNA.
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  6. Visit  dsheetscmt profile page
    Jefferson Community and Techinal College, thats where you go to take the KMA test for the commonwealth of KY, CMT,MT,QMA,KMA all the same thing, Certified in the administration of medications and treatments :-) good luck

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