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Medication Administration Training Program
Per Kentucky Administrative Regulation  702 KAR 1:160, school districts must have emergency care procedures at all times when students are in school or participating in school activities. According to the regulation, there must be a school employee who is trained to administer to a student, or assist a student with the self-administration of glucagon, insulin, or seizure rescue medications. A student shall be permitted to conduct the actions and possess the supplies and equipment described in KRS  158.838 at school-related activities, regardless of whether the student is a participant or mere observer of the school-related activity.

Annual Medication Administration Training for Unlicensed Personnel

- 2019 KDE Medication Administration Training Program PowerPoint (Regular and Emergency)
- 2019 KDE Medication Administration Training Program PowerPoint (Emergency Meds)
- 2019 Medication Administration Training Program Final Exam (Regular and Emergency)
- 2019 Medication Administration Training Program Final Exam (Emergency Meds)