Aide Program

Indy's Health Care Training Center offers a 6-week Qualified Medication Aide Training Program APPROVED by the state of Indiana. Training consists of 100 hours, including 60 hours in the classroom and 40 hours passing medication supervised by a licensed Nurse in a clinical setting.

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  • 1. Be at least 18 years of age
  • 2.Have proof of a high school diploma or equivalent
  • 3.Be in good standing as a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) on the Indiana Aide Registry
  • 4.Worked a minimum of 1,000 hours as a CNA within the last 24 months
  • 5.Complete the 100-hour QMA Training Program
  • 6.Pass a QMA written competency evaluation

What does a QMA do?

QMA's deliver routine daily medications, either prescription or non-prescription, to patients. Coordinate with different nurses to assist with patient care and medications. Follow written or verbal instructions on how to manage medications. Record medication dosages and times.

How much is the program?

The QMA program is $998.00. A $200 deposit that goes towards your total balance is required to get started.

Is my $200 deposit refundable?

Deposits are non-refundable.ppiyou cannot pass a background check. This is a hybrid program, including a mix of online, in class, and a clinical rotation.


Program cost $998

Deposit - $200 (goes towards your program)

Payment plan options

1. Pay in full - $948.00 ($50 discount) Due first Friday of week 1

2. (3) Week Bi-weekly Payment plan - $266.00 due every other Friday, beginning week 1.

  • - Late payments are subject to late fee's
  • - Once you successfully complete the program and your balance is $0 you will receive your certificate
  • - All payments are non-refundable.

Our QMA class is Hybrid

(Online + in-person clinicals) see below!