Requirements for Non-Certified Personnel to Administer Medication

Alaska

Last Updated: 6/16/2008

Pre-service Requirement: None specified.

Professional Development Requirement: None specified.


Alabama

Last Updated: 8/25/2010

Pre-service Requirement: Board of Nursing Administrative Code 610-X-6-.06 (2004) allows registered or licensed practical nurses to delegate specific tasks to selected unlicensed assistive personnel who have attended a minimum 12-hour course of instruction that includes a Board of Nursing approved curriculum and has demonstrated competency in performing the task. Students may also self-administer prescription medication provided certain requirements are met.

The State Board of Education/Alabama Board of Nursing Curriculum to Teach Unlicensed School Personnel How to Assist with Medications in the School Setting (2007) (no link available) outlines the responsibilities of school nurses which includes ensuring that the medication assistant has successfully completed an Alabama Board of Nursing approved medication assistant training program, training specific to the school district and local school, and has received student-specific instruction.

Professional Development: None specified.


Arkansas

Last Updated: 12/27/2013

Pre-service Requirement: The Rules Governing Public School Student Services (2012) from the State Board of Education state that medical procedures provided at the school are performed by trained, licensed personnel per Code 17-87-102(6)(D) or other professional licensure statutes, unless permitted under Code 17-87-103(10) and (11).  The Arkansas State Board of Nursing School Nurse Rules & Responsibilities Practice Guidelines  (2007) states that only the nurse responsible for the student’s nursing care may determine which nursing tasks may be delegated to an unlicensed assistive person. For instance, per these documents, public school employees may be trained and administer glucagon to a student with type 1 diabetes and/or an epi-pen allergy kit in an emergency situation. Regardless of the school districts titling of the position or other job duties, when individuals are providing nursing tasks or other similar services, delegation and supervision rules apply.

Code 6-17-102 (1977) requires all public elementary and secondary schools to employ at least one person who is certified by the American Red Cross or deemed qualified by the Arkansas Department of Education to administer emergency first aid to be on school grounds during normal school hours.

 

Arizona

Last Updated: 6/16/2008

Pre-service Requirement: None specified.

Professional Development: None specified.


California

Last Updated: 10/24/2011

Pre-service Requirement: Education Code 49423 (2005) and California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Division 1, Chapter 2, Subchapter 3, Article 4.1 604 (2003) allows designated school personnel to administer medication to pupils as allowed by law. The Guidelines for the Management of Asthma in California Schools (2004) recommends that school nurse train and supervise all designated staff providing health care services to students with asthma in school.

Professional Development Requirement: None specified.


Colorado

Last Updated: 4/29/2012

Pre-service Requirement: Statute 12-38-132 (2003) allows any registered nurse to delegate any task included in the practice of professional nursing".

Professional Development: Medication Administration in the Schools (2010) recommends unlicensed personnel complete a state-approved medication-training course.


Connecticut

Last Updated: 12/16/2010

Pre-service Requirement: Statute 10-212a-2 (2010) state that “the board of education shall determine who shall administer medications in a school – a licensed nurse or, in the absence of such licensed nurse, qualified personnel for schools.”

Professional Development
: Statutes Section 10-212a-3 (2010) requires each Board of Education which allows qualified personnel for schools, in the absence of a school nurse, to administer medications to students to provide training to designated qualified personnel for schools in the safe administration of medications at least annually.


Delaware

Last Updated: 5/11/2009

Pre-service Requirement: Per the Nurse Practice Act (1921), only licensed nurses may administer medications. The only exception applicable to schools is on approved school field trips, as outlined in Administrative Code 14:817 (2003) which allow personnel to assist a student with medication with prior parental written consent, approval of the school nurse, and proper training. The personnel may also administer a prescribed medication for a life-threatening event.

Professional Development: Administrative Code 14:817 (2003), pursuant to the Nurse Practice Act, requires school personnel to complete a Board of Nursing approved training course designed by the Board of Education in order to assist with the administration of medication on field trips. School personnel are not required to participate in this activity.


Florida

Last Updated: 3/30/2013

Pre-service Requirement: Statute 1006.062(1) (2012) requires each district school board to include in its approved school health services plan, a procedure to provide training by a licensed health professional for school personnel designated by the school principal to assist students in the administration of prescription medication.

Professional Development: Code 64F-6.004 requires that all employees who staff school health rooms to be currently certified in first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation by a nationally recognized certifying agency.


Georgia

Last Updated: 6/16/2008

Pre-service Requirement: The School Health Nurse Resource Manual (2001) recommends that student health assistants/clinic workers have a minimum of a high school diploma. A certificate in a health related field is preferred.

Professional Development: The School Health Nurse Resource Manual (2001) recommends non-nursing personnel who are expected to administer medications at school receive in-service training on district policy and procedures on the subject.


Hawaii

Last Updated: 6/16/2008

Pre-service Requirement: HRS 320A-253 (2007) allows health aides to assist students in administering oral and topical medication, and in emergency situations, other premeasured medication. The following provisions must be met: (1) Parental authorization, (2) Medication has been prescribed by a licensed physician or other authorized practitioner, (3) Approval of the department of health, and (4) The administration of medication is necessary for the student's health and his or her attendance at school.

Professional Development: None specified.


Iowa

Last Updated: 10/31/2011

Pre-service Requirement: Code 280.23 (2005) states that The board of each public school district and nonpublic school shall not require non-administrative personnel to perform any special health services or intrusive non-emergency medical services for students unless the non-administrative personnel are licensed or otherwise qualified and have consented to perform the services". 

281 IAC 41.404(1-2) and 281 IAC 41.404(3)  requires each local school board or authority in charge of an accredited nonpublic school to adopt policies allowing licensed registered nurses, physicians, and persons who have successfully completed a training program to administer medications, per Codes 124.101, 147.107, 155A.4(2), 657 IAC 8.32.

Professional Development281 IAC 41.404(1-2) and 41.404(3) requires each local school board or authority in charge of an accredited nonpublic school to adopt policies and procedures for a medication administration course, periodic update, and maintain a school record of successful completion of a school medication administration course.


Idaho

Last Updated: 2/25/2013

Pre-service Requirement: None specified.

Professional Development: None specified.


Illinois

Last Updated: 12/26/2012

Pre-service Requirement: Per Sec 10-22.21b, school nurses and non-certified registered professional nurses registered nurses are the only non-administrative personnel who may be required to administer medication to students.

Professional Development: Not applicable.


Indiana

Last Updated: 4/15/2009

Pre-service Requirement: Code 34-30-14-4 (1998) requires a school employee to receive training "appropriate for providing the service"  from a licensed practitioner or registered nurse. Before the employee can provide the service, the school must keep on file a written statement from the practitioner or nurse indicating that the employee has received the training.

Professional Development: No state policy.


Kansas

Last Updated: 11/17/2011

Pre-service Requirement: Statute 65-1124 (2000) states that the performance of nursing procedures in a school setting when delegated by a licensed professional nurse, in accordance with the rules and regulations of the board, is not prohibited. 

Regulations 60-15-101 to 60-15-103 (1998) of the Nurse Practice Act allows a registered nurse to delegate selected nursing tasks or procedures to unlicensed personnel so long as they are supervised. The nurse is required to orient and instruct the unlicensed person in the performance of the nursing task and procedure, and must also put in writing the procedure and the identity of the delegate. Regulation 60-15-104 (1998) also allows unlicensed personnel to administer certain medications under supervision of a registered professional nurse. Further specifics can be found within these regulations. 

Professional Development: Professional development is required with delegation of a nursing task.


Kentucky

Last Updated: 10/13/2013

Pre-service Requirement: KRS 156.502 (2002) allows a physician, advanced practice registered nurse, or registered nurse to delegate health care services within that health care professional’s current scope of practice. A school employee who is delegated to perform the health service must be trained and receive written approval by the delegating health professional.  Employees who have been properly delegated and trained will be granted liability protection. Delegation is only valid for the current school year. KRS 156.501 requires the Department of Education to establish standardized protocols and guidelines for training designated, non-licensed (nonmedical) school personnel. 702 KAR 1:160 Section 4 (g) requires unlicensed school personnel, who have accepted the delegation to administer medications, to show proof of successful completion of the KDE Training course required by that regulation. This training is valid only for the current school year (KRS 156.502).

Professional Development: None specified.


Louisiana

Last Updated: 11/22/2011

Pre-service Requirement: RS 17:436.1 (2001) allows a registered nurse and/or licensed medical physician to determine that the administration of medication can be safely performed by and delegated to someone who has received documented training and competence. According to LAC 28:929 (2001), at least 2 employees designated by the principal at each school must receive not less than 6 hours of training in the administration of medication.

Professional Development: No state policy.


Massachusetts

Last Updated: 6/18/2008

Pre-service Requirement: None specified.

Professional Development: None specified.


Maryland

Last Updated: 6/8/2011

Pre-service Requirement: The Maryland State School Health Guidelines, The Role of the School Nurse (2005), as well as the Maryland Nurse Practice Act, Regulations 10.27.11.03, 10.27.11.04 (2004), and 10.27.11.05 (1994) requires a registered nurse to determine delegation of nursing services with supervision over the individual performing the nursing function, as also mentioned in State Board of Education Regulation 13A.05.05.13 (1995). Certified Nursing Assistants in Schools Health Services Programs are required to take a 100-hour course, per Regulation 10.39.02.07, and be certified through the Board of Nursing. In addition, unlicensed personnel are required to take a 20-hour training specific to medication administration. Upon successful completion of the 20 hour medication administration training, the unlicensed personnel are certified by the Maryland Board of Nursing as a certified medication technician. Regulation 10.39.04.04 , 10.39.04.05, 10.39.04.06 outline these requirements.

State Board of Education Regulation 13A.05.05.08 (1995) requires the principal, in consultation with the designated health services professional, to identify school personnel who shall receive in-service training in providing recommended services for students with special needs.

Professional Development: State Board of Education Regulation 13A.05.05.09 (1991) requires at least one adult, other than the designated school health services professional and the school health services aide, to be certified in both the Red Cross' First Aid and CPR programs.


Maine

Last Updated: 3/20/2009

Pre-service Requirement: Statute Title 20-A 254 (2001) requires the commissioner of the department of education to adopt administration of medication rules for public schools, which include the training of unlicensed personnel to administer medication. The statute further requires schools to allow students to carry their own emergency medications (asthma inhaler and epipen) with parental permission, physician approval, and school nurse verification of competency according to Chapter 40 (2005), the Medication Administration Rule. 

Professional Development: Statute Title 20-A 254 stipulates that unlicensed personnel must receive training in order to be allowed to administer medication.


Michigan

Last Updated: 6/18/2008

Pre-service Requirement: MCL 380.1178a (2002) requires the department of education to provide a model local policy that addresses the type and amount of training required for persons administering medication to students at school.

Professional Development: No state policy.


Minnesota

Last Updated: 6/18/2008

Pre-service Requirement: No specific state policy; however, Statute 148.171 (1999) allows licensed professional nurses to delegate nursing functions to other nursing staff.

Professional Development: No specific state policy; however, Statute 148.171 requires a licensed professional nurse to supervise and teach other nursing personnel.


Missouri

Last Updated: 7/20/2009

Pre-service Requirement: The Missouri State Board of Nursing, in their Utilization of Unlicensed Health Care Personnel, states that registered nurses may assign, delegate, and supervise specific nursing activities to unlicensed personnel. Registered professional nurses are required to adequately supervise and monitor the activities delegated and evaluate the unlicensed personnel's performance.

Revised Statute 167.621 (1993) prohibits any school employee from being required to administer medication or medical services for which he/she is not qualified.

Professional Development: The Missouri State Board of Nursing, in their Utilization of Unlicensed Health Care Personnel, states that registered nurses may teach unlicensed health care personnel in the performance of specific nursing care tasks.


Mississippi

Last Updated: 6/18/2008

Pre-service Requirement: None specified.

Professional Development: None specified.


Montana

Last Updated: 6/18/2008

Pre-service Requirement: None specified.

Professional Development: None specified.


North Carolina

Last Updated: 9/17/2013

Pre-service Requirement: Statute 115C-12(31) requires the State Board of Education to develop guidelines for individual diabetes plans.  Some of these requirements include outlining the responsibilities and appropriate staff development for teachers and other school personnel in each student’s individual diabetes plan, as well as information and staff development to be made available to teachers and other school personnel in order to appropriately support and assist students with diabetes. Statute115C-375.2 requires local boards of education to adopt and implement these guidelines.


North Dakota

Last Updated: 6/18/2008

Pre-service Requirement: None specified.

Professional Development: None specified.


Nebraska

Last Updated: 11/30/2011

Pre-service Requirement: Statute 71-6725 (no date available) and 92 NAC 59-004 (no date available) require medication aides to meet minimum competencies for properly and safely administering medication and successfully pass a competency assessment, detailed in-depth in both laws. School staff members are not required to take a course.
 

Professional Development: Rule 92 NAC 59-004 requires medication aides to be assessed no less than every three years in the required competencies.


New Hampshire

Last Updated: 6/3/2013

Pre-service Requirement: State Board of Education Rule Ed 311.02 (1996) allows the principal or designee to assist students in taking required medications by making them available as needed and by observing the student as he/she takes or does not take the medication. RSA 200:31 (1997) allows a school board to employ a licensed practical nurse or certified nursing assistant to work under the direct supervision of the school registered nurse.

Professional Development: None specified.


New Jersey

Last Updated: 10/11/2013

Pre-service Requirement: State Board of Education Administrative Code N.J.A.C. 6A:16-2.1 requires each district board of education to develop and adopt written policies and procedures for the administration of medication to students and staff, which shall be developed in consultation with the school physician.

Professional Development: N.J.S.A. 18A:40-12.6 (2007) permits school employees, who have been trained by the nurse, to administer epinephrine in an emergency when the nurse is not present. It further requires the Department of Education, in consultation with the Department of Health and Senior Services to develop training protocols for the emergency administration of epinephrine, which are located at http://www.nj.gov/education/students/safety/health/allergies.pdf
 
N.J.S.A. 18A:40-12.14 (2009) permits school employees, who have been trained by the school nurse, to administer glucagon in an emergency when the nurse is not present. The legislation requires that designated employees shall only be authorized to administer glucagon, following training by the school nurse or other qualified health professional, when a school nurse is not physically present at the scene.
 

New Mexico

Last Updated: 3/18/2011

Pre-service Requirement16.12.5.9 NMAC, Medication Aides - a person must be 18 years of age, be a high school graduate or complete a GED, provide documentation of a minimum of 6 months health care experience working at the board approved agency within the last year, successfully complete a board-approved program for the preparation of medication aides, complete the required application form and provide proof of current CPR certification.

Section 22-10A-3.A NMSA 1978, any person providing health care and administering medications or performing medical procedures in a public school shall hold a valid license or certificate from the department authorizing the person to perform that function.

Professional Development: 16.12.5.9 NMAC (2005) requires medications aides to obtain 16 clock hours within the 2 year renewal period. New Mexico agencies provide annual professional development for medication aides in the state.


Nevada

Last Updated: 6/20/2008

Pre-service Requirement: None specified.

Professional Development: None specified.


New York

Last Updated: 9/9/2013

Professional Development Requirement: : Commissioner's Field Memo: Training of Unlicensed Individuals in the Injection of Glucagon in Emergency Situations (2004) allows unlicensed personnel to administer prescribed glucagon in emergency situations so long as they have been trained by a registered professional nurse. NYS Department of Education memo Use of Epinephrine Auto-Injector Devices in the School Setting (2002) clarifies that unlicensed personnel may administer prescribed epinephrine in emergency situations as long as they have been appropriately trained by a licensed professional. Any nurse that trains unlicensed staff to respond to administer epinephrine in an emergency is not liable for professional misconduct. Making the Difference: Caring for Students with Life-Threatening Allergies (2008) provides guidelines for specific topics that should be covered in this training, including how to administer epinephrine.


Ohio

Last Updated: 6/20/2008

Pre-service Requirement: None specified.

Professional Development: None specified.


Oklahoma

Last Updated: 9/17/2013

Pre-service Requirement: Statute 70-1-116.2 (1982) allows an administrator or designated school employee to administer nonprescription and prescription medication.  Statute 70-1210.196.1 to 70-1210.196.8 (2007) requires the State Department of Health to develop guidelines for the training of school volunteer diabetes care assistants. Training should include recognition of hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia, proper glucose target ranges, performance of finger sticks and checking of urine ketone levels, administration of insulin and glucagon, and recommended food intake schedules.

Professional Development
: None specified.


Oregon

Last Updated: 9/20/2013

Pre-service Requirement: ORS 339.869 (2013) requires the State Board of Education to adopt rules for the administration of medications by trained school personnel which must include. training requirements.  The statute also requires school district boards to adopt policies and procedures consistent with these rules.  A school district board shall not require school personnel who have not received appropriate training to administer medication. ORS 433-800-830 (2013) requires the training curricula ffor administration of emergency epinephrine must include the following subjects: (1) Recognition of the symptoms of systemic allergic responses to insect stings and other allergens; (2) Familiarity with common factors that are likely to elicit systemic allergic responses; (3) Proper administration of an intramuscular or subcutaneous injection of epinephrine for severe allergic responses to insect stings and other specific allergens; and (4) Necessary follow-up treatment.

OAR 581-021-0037 (2010) also requires local districts to develop policies and procedures that provide forthe administration of prescription and non-prescription medication to students by trained school personnel, and the training of designated staff to administer medication under the written permission of a parent/guardian and instructions from a physician.  The policies must include a process to designate, train and supervise appropriate staff. “Training" under this rule is defined as yearly instruction provided by qualified trainers to designated school staff on the administration of prescription and nonprescription medications, based on requirements set out in guidelines approved by the Department of Education, including discussion of applicable district policies, procedures and materials.

Professional Development: OAR 581-021-0037 (2010) requires local districts to develop policies and procedures that provide for the administration of prescription and non-prescription medication to students by trained school personnel, and the training of designated staff to administer medication under the written permission of a parent/guardian and instructions from a physician.  The policies must include a process to designate, train and supervise appropriate staff. “Training" under this rule is defined as yearly instruction provided by qualified trainers to designated school staff on the administration of prescription and nonprescription medications, based on requirements set out in guidelines approved by the Department of Education, including discussion of applicable district policies, procedures and materials.


Pennsylvania

Last Updated: 9/16/2013

Pre-service Requirement:  The Department of Education requires schools to develop their own policies and procedures for the administration of medication and for emergency care per 022 PA Code 12.4. The state notes, however, that it is the opinion of the Department of Health that, since there is no delegatory language in the Nurse Practice Act, school nurses may not delegate medication administration to non-licensed personnel.

24 P.S. 14-1414.1 (subsection f, (2010) directs the Departments of Health and Education to provide technical assistance and resources on the administration of allergy medication by school staff, including proper use of epinephrine devices, recognizing symptoms of severe allergic reaction, requirements for proper access, storage, and security; notification of appropriate persons after medication is administered, and recordkeeping.


Rhode Island

Last Updated: 1/30/2013

Pre-Service Requirement: No state policy.

Professional Development: Rules and Regulations for School Health (2009) requires schools to provide training for school personnel who might administer an epinephrine autoinjector in a case of anaphylaxis. For administration of glucagon, Section 19.4.3.1 of the Rules and Regulations for School Health (2009) require prior authorization by a parent or legal guardian for non-certified staff to voluntarily assist in emergency administration.


South Carolina

Last Updated: 4/8/2012

 Pre-service Requirement: Nurse Practice Act Codes 40-33-42 (2004) and 91-1.A (2004) state, "An advanced practice registered nurse, registered nurse, or licensed practical nurse is responsible for the delegation and supervision of nursing tasks to unlicensed assistive personnel. Tasks that may be assigned to unlicensed assistive personnel must be stated in the employers' policies, and the employer shall verify the training of this personnel and their competencies to perform the tasks." This policy is supported and expounded upon by the Position Statement - The Practice of Nursing in a School Setting (2001). 

Professional Development Requirement: Nurse Practice Act Codes 40-33-42 and 91-1.A state, "An advanced practice registered nurse, registered nurse, or licensed practical nurse is responsible for the delegation and supervision of nursing tasks to unlicensed assistive personnel. Tasks that may be assigned to unlicensed assistive personnel must be stated in the employers' policies, and the employer shall verify the training of this personnel and their competencies to perform the tasks". This policy is supported and expounded upon by the Position Statement - The Practice of Nursing in a School Setting.


South Dakota

Last Updated: 1/12/2013

Pre-Service Requirement: Statute 13-33A-1 (1993) requires the registered school nurse to be responsible for training and supervising any school employee who has been granted the duty of assessing and implementing services for special-needs students, administering medications, or performing specialized health care procedures.

Professional Development: None specified.

Tennessee

Last Updated: 12/29/2013

Pre-service Requirement: Code § 49-5-415 (2006) allows school personnel who volunteer, and who have been properly trained by a registered nurse or contracted by the LEA, to administer glucagon in emergency situations to a student based on that student’s individual health plan (IHP).  The Tennessee Department of Education "Guidelines for Use of Health Care Professionals and Health Procedures in a School Setting" (2007) include procedures registered nurses must use to train volunteer school personnel to administer glucagon. Training to administer glucagon must be repeated annually and competencies must be documented in the employee's personnel file.

This code further allows public and non-public school personnel who volunteer and who have been properly trained by a registered nurse employed or contracted by the LEA to administer anti-seizure medications, including diazepam gel, to a student in an emergency situation based on that student’s IHP.  The Tennessee Departments of Health and Education jointly developed Guidelines for the Emergency Use of Anti-Seizure Medication in Tennessee Schools (2009) to provide additional guidance and training requirements for school personnel.

 

Professional Development: Code § 49-5-415 (2006) allows school personnel who volunteer, and who have been properly trained by a registered nurse or contracted by the LEA, to administer glucagon in emergency situations to a student based on that student’s individual health plan (IHP).  The Tennessee Department of Education "Guidelines for Use of Health Care Professionals and Health Procedures in a School Setting" (2007) include procedures registered nurses must use to train volunteer school personnel to administer glucagon. Training to administer glucagon must be repeated annually and competencies must be documented in the employee's personnel file.


Texas

Last Updated: 9/29/2010

Pre-service Requirement: None specified. 

Professional Development: Health & Safety Statutes 168.004 - 168.005 (2005) requires schools to seek out and train, per Texas Diabetes Council guidelines, one to three non-medical school personnel as unlicensed diabetes care assistants.


Utah

Last Updated: 2/8/2012

Pre-service Requirement: Code 53A-11-601 (1988) requires local boards to have adopted policies on the designation of school employees who may administer medication and the training of designated employees for those schools who do provide for the administration of medication.

Professional Development: None specified.


Virginia

Last Updated: 11/16/2010

Pre-service Requirement: The Manual for the Training of Public Employees in the Administration of Medication requires unlicensed school personnel who are expected to help administer medications at school to have training regarding state and local school division policy and procedures for administering medication. Code 22.1-274 E (1999) states that for schools with instructional and administrative staff of fewer than 10, and having at least one student diagnosed as having diabetes, at least one employee must have been trained in the administration of insulin and glucagon. All other school buildings with instructional and administrative staff of ten or more must have at least two employees so trained.

Professional Development: The Virginia Center for School Safety, in collaboration with the Department of Education, provides professional development opportunities to school division personnel in violence, gang, and bullying prevention. Code 22.1-274 E requires school boards with school buildings with an instructional and administrative staff of fewer than ten to have at least one employee with certification in CPR & within the last 2 years, received training in emergency care and CPR. All other school buildings with an instructional and administrative staff of ten or more must have at least two employees so trained.


Vermont

Last Updated: 6/20/2008

Pre-service Requirement: None specified.

Professional Development: None specified.


Washington

Last Updated: 6/20/2008

Pre-service Requirement: None specified.

Professional Development: None specified.


Wisconsin

Last Updated: 12/13/2012

Pre-service Requirement: Statute 118.29 (2011) states a school bus operator validly authorized to operate the school bus he or she is operating, any school employee or volunteer, county children with disabilities education board employee or volunteer or cooperative educational service agency employee or volunteer authorized in writing by the administrator of the school district, the board or the agency, respectively, or by a school principal may administer over-the-counter drug products to a pupil in compliance with written instruction and consent from the parent or guardian,  certain prescription drugs such as epinephrine and glucagon without written consent or order but based on symptoms of anaphylaxis or hypoglycemia respectively,  and prescription drugs in compliance with instructions from a physician and written consent from the parent or guardian, as long as training requirements are met.

Professional Development: All staff approved to administer medication must receive department approved medication administration training.


West Virginia

Last Updated: 3/14/2012

Pre-service Requirement: Board Policy 2422.7 (2004) minimally requires training in handling and disposal of body fluids, basic first aid, CPR, and confidentiality for those school employees who provide basic and/or specialized health care by a certified school nurse. Further specialized training is required as applicable to an employee's duties, including the administration, storage, documentation, and reporting of medications as allowed by Board Policy 2422.8 (2004).

Professional Development: Non-certified personnel are required to be retrained every two years, per Board Policy 2422.7.


Wyoming

Last Updated: 6/20/2008

Pre-service Requirement: None specified.

Professional Development: None specified.


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