The Zactly Clinical Academy
The Clinical Academy aims to be the premier provider of entry level certification and training. We are working to develop both in person and online training models. The Clinical Academy is an entity that professionals and hiring managers will come to recognize as a high quality training and education program.
If you are looking to receive your first healthcare certification or looking to add to your skill set the Zactly Clinical Academy is the place to learn and grow.
If you are hiring an applicant with training from the Zactly Clinical Academy you can rest easy knowing you won't need wonder if they will be ready to take their first job under the certification. Clinical Academy students are trained by nurses to ensure the highest degree of success and professionalism.
Our First Offering:
Instructor: Toni Caudle LPN
(719) 505-1005 Ext 116
This is a 12 hour class from 7:30am-7:30pm with two 15 minute breaks and 30 minute lunch.
Must pass the competency testing with basic understanding of math, reading and writing. Must be at least 18 years old.
This course covers all aspects needed to comply with CDPHE requirement for certification to become a Qualified Medication Administration Personnel (QMAP). Completion of the course the student will be able to show how to safely administer medications in approved settings. In addition, they will demonstrate understanding of the MAR and the documentation needed with each administration of medication.
Our View on Safe Administration of Medications:
•We want you to understand that passing medications is a privilege not a right in the workplace. Nurses or supervisors may not feel comfortable delegating this responsibility to you.
•We highly encourage all our students to become a Certified Nurse Aide to ensure they are well rounded and flexible in the beginning of their healthcare career.
•Medication administration directly affects the care and the lives of the residents or clients you are caring for. It is a burden that is not to be taken lightly.
•Incorrect, unsafe, or careless administration of medications can result in harm, injury, or death.
•You must only administer medications that you, yourself, have prepared. You are ultimately going to be held responsible for any medication you give a resident or client.
Must come to class prepared and ready to learn.
Drug manual not required but highly recommended
Black ink pen and Pencil
Must wear scrubs
To complete the course and become certified you must pass the written exam with an 80% or higher and the hands-on practical exam with an 85% or higher grade.
RESPECT!!! Be respectful to your instructor, fellow classmates, and yourself.
No food, candy, or gum in classroom
Water is allowed in classroom. No sodas or any other drink permitted.
Be prepared and bring all materials to class.
Cell phone use is not allowed, turn off or leave in car.
No speaking out of turn or over other classmates.
Be on time, your employer will expect this, so do we
Once the course and testing is completed and passed, the new QMAPs name has been processed into the registry this is the only proof that a QMAP will need for verification. The registry link is https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/qmap-verification.
Current Open Class Dates:
All classes must have a minimum of 10 students. Dates that do not meet this number will be canceled and students will be offered alternative dates or refunds. Class size is limited to 16 students to ensure instructor attention to the needs of all students.
1. Pay your course fee. ($115.00 plus tax)
2. Complete Course Registration Form
3. Review Course Packet
3. Complete and Submit Competency Test
4. Submit Valid form of ID per Course Packet
5. Receive Course Confirmation Email.
1. Students will be expected to maintain social distancing of 6 feet during course.
2. Any shared surfaces will be disinfected between each use.
3. Students are expected to wear a mask at all times during course.
4. Students and instructors will be screened prior to beginning class.
5. Symptomatic students will be rescheduled to the next or their preferred class date.