Students enrolled at MedNoc Training College must meet general minimum requirements. Also, the student must meet all specific course requirements including prerequisites, education requirements, certification, and age limit. MTC offers post-secondary education aimed at providing training in healthcare careers. MTC also provides training to High School seniors who are waiting to complete their secondary education. High school seniors must produce evidence of enrollment to be allowed to enroll at MedNoc Training College. High school seniors aged below 18 years of age shall have a parent or their legal guardian present during enrollment to sign the required enrollment documents.
General Admission Requirements:
- Ability to read, write, and comprehend English.
- Complete application.
- Submit two forms of identification. One must be the current government-issued photo ID, and the other ID must be a copy of the original Social Security Card.
- Criminal Background check.
- Affidavit of lawful presence stating citizenship or alien status.
- Black scrubs needed to attend classes, skills and clinical
- Negative TB Skin Screen Test. If the TB skin screen test is positive, a negative TB Chest X-Ray is required.
- High School Diploma, GED or other Equivalency, or higher, except for the CNA program.
- 18 years or older, except for CNA.
- Current BLS/CPR card for all courses more than 40 clock hours.
- Students below 18 years of age must have a parent or legal guardian physically present to sign the student’s enrollment paperwork. The parent or legal guardian must submit 2 forms of ID. (One must be a current government-issued photo ID, and the other ID must be a copy of the Original Social Security Card.)
- Drug test screening may be required for some courses.
- Physical and mental capability to safely perform duties.
- The student must demonstrate that he/she has made adequate arrangements on how to pay for the training and testing cost. e.g., self-paid or sponsored.
- During flu season, flu shot records may be required depending on the facility that the student will be attending clinical training.
- Some courses may require specific immunization shot records or Titers. Please check with our Marketing and Recruitment office or the Admissions and Registration office during enrollment.
Each program offered at MTC may have specific Prerequisites for enrollment. Every program is unique and may have different requirements from another. Therefore, check the course/program prerequisite requirements on this Catalog/Student Handbook under PROGRAMS OF STUDY to familiarize yourself with the prerequisite requirement. All courses require the ability to read and comprehend in English. By applying to any of our programs, you acknowledge that you can read and write in English. MTC does not require the Ability as a prerequisite for any program.
The prospective student must complete and apply for admission and select one or more programs he/she intends to study and train. An application can be submitted through:
- An online application on the MTC website.
- Walk into school and complete an application during business hours.
- Request an application form to be faxed, emailed, or mailed to you. The student can email, mail, fax, or bring the application back to the office.
Once the student has applied, MTC shall review the application per the admission policy. The following admission procedure shall be followed:
- MTC shall write to the student, an email to confirm the receipt of the student application within one business day after the receipt of the student application.
- MTC shall review the student application within one business day and inform the student in writing whether his application has been accepted or rejected or if there is more information needed. Students rejected must be provided with a specific requirement that they were unable to meet, as outlined in the catalog.
- MTC shall contact the student applicant via a phone call within one business day after accepting the student application and invite him/her to come to MTC to meet with the admission and enrollment advisors and tour the campus.
- During the meeting, the following information must be discussed:
- Specific course requirements.
- The details of the training program including the course length, Catalog/Student Handbook, course syllabus, and Schedules,
- Certification that will be achieved.
- The cost including tuition and fees.
- Financial assistance availability and options, including payment plans, assistance available for American Indians/Native Americans, workforce, charity, and private loans.
- Criminal background checks requirements for the State of Oklahoma.
- Program requirements, including State and federal requirements.
- Clinical rotation requirements.
- Employment & career growth in Oklahoma and beyond.
The prospective student who has met all the minimum requirements for a specific course of study shall be admitted and required to complete and sign the Enrollment Agreement, Financial Agreement Forms, and all other forms that are required for admission and enrollment into a specific program.
Students are required to attend Enrollment Orientation before the commencement of classes. Enrollment Orientation shall be held on Friday every week. The Enrollment Orientation shall be 3 hours. Students shall be provided with drinks and snacks.
|Friday||1:00PM – 4:00PM|
- Welcoming students to MTC
- Campus Tour and meeting the Staff and Instructors.
- Catalog/Student Handbook.
- Enrollment Agreement Form.
- Financial Agreement Form.
- All other Forms needed.
- Answering students’ questions.
The student, accepted for admission into any program of study at MedNoc Training College, shall be deemed to have enrolled in the program/course if the student has completed the following documents:
- Enrollment Agreement Form.
- Financial Agreement Form.
- Students younger than 18 years of age must have a parent or legal guardian present to sign EA and FA forms.
- A student, who is sponsored by another party, must complete and sign a Waiver of Release of Student Information to allow MTC to share academic progress with the sponsoring party.
- Note: Self-sponsored students are not required to sign a Waiver of Release Form that allows MTC to share academic information.
- A student, who was enrolled in any program at MedNoc Training College but did not complete the training program due to documented unavoidable circumstances, is eligible for readmission into the upcoming or subsequent classes.
- To be eligible for readmission, the student must provide documentation showing extreme and unavoidable circumstances that led to the inability to complete the training. A new application, enrollment agreement, other required forms, and fees must be submitted.
- The student must have been in good academic standing before he/she stopped attending the class to qualify for readmission. Students who drop or are withdrawn from a program due to documented discipline issues are not eligible for readmission.
- Those students who fail the Oklahoma State Certification or National Certification examinations, exceeding the number of times allowed to retest without further training, may reapply and enroll back into their previous program at MedNoc Training College or apply and enroll in a different program. If the student is reapplying in a program, he/she was previously enrolled must wait for a minimum of 30 days from the day the student last tested. The student wishing to apply and obtain a different program does not have to wait for 30 days. However, the student must meet with the Lead-Instructor for academic advisement before being permitted to enroll.
- The student whose enrollment and continuance of training was discontinued due to unsatisfactory academic progress may reapply and enroll back into the same program or a different program. The student must, however, wait for 30 days and meet with the Lead-Instructor for academic advising before being permitted to enroll.
- The student who was terminated from any program due to unsatisfactory academic performance or failed the certification exams several times exceeding the allowed attempts must submit the following:
- New Application.
- New Enrollment Agreement.
- New Financial Agreement.
- The student must pay new tuition and fees to be permitted to enroll back into any program.
- The School Director must approve all readmission.
- The student returning from an authorized leave of absence is not required to reapply for readmission or submit new fees if the return date from the Leave of Absence meets all the policy guidelines as stipulated on the Leave of Absence Policy.
- Students returning from authorized Leave of Absence are not required to submit a new payment.
Students currently enrolled in their last year of High School may only enroll in our CNA program. Students enrolled in other colleges may enroll in any program offered at MedNoc Training College. Students enrolled in classes at MTC are limited to enrolling in a maximum of three programs at the same time. The College Director must approve the enrollment of more than one program at a time, excluding CNA and HHA or BLS and any other program. To be approved, the requested multi-Program enrollment may not cause a schedule conflict, and the student must be in good academic standing. The student must complete the Financial Agreement and Enrollment Agreement forms for each program. The student may select several courses on the same Student Application.
The student enrolled in a program that has 40 or more clock hours in length has clinical components, or both are required to submit a Criminal Background Check conducted within the last three (3) months from the date the student started the program at MedNoc Training College. A Criminal Background Check that is older than three months (90 Days) from the day the student began classes shall not be accepted. Students can bring a copy of a Criminal Background Check or can request MedNoc Training College to submit one to OSBI for a fee of $25.00. Students must have a completed OSBI in their file before they begin clinically. A student who shall not have submitted a criminal background check before the clinical date shall not be allowed to attend clinical training. Students who are attending a course that has 40 clock hours or more with no clinical component must submit an OSBI or pay MTC to provide an OSBI by the 3rd day of class. Failure to do so, the student shall be sent home.
MedNoc Training College requires a Negative TB Skin Screen Test conducted within the last six months from the date the student begins attending clinical. The student must have a Negative TB test results before being permitted to participate in clinical. MTC conducts TB skin screen tests for a cost of $20.00. Students with positive TB Skin Screen Test must have a Negative Chest X-Ray with results interpreted by a physician. MTC shall only accept a Chest X-Ray conducted within the last 12 months from the date the students begin the clinical. A student who fails to submit a record of a Negative TB shall not be allowed to attend the clinical.
All students enrolled in a program that has clinical components are required to have a flu shot during flu season. If the student does not have a Flu shot, he/she is required to wear a mask at the clinical site throughout. The student must also sign a waiver acknowledging that he/she does not want to have a Flu Vaccine and shall adhere to the requirement of wearing a mask at the clinical site. The student who opts to wear a mask shall provide his/her masks at a personal expense, not included as part of the total cost of the program. Other Immunization Records might be required for specific programs before the student can attend the clinical. The student must inquire with the Marketing and Recruitment or Admissions and Registration Office during the enrollment on the Immunizations requirement.
The student enrolled at MTC in a program that is more than 40 clock hours in length must have at least one pair of solid black scrubs. Students are required to wear solid black scrubs and a name a badge/tag to attend classes, skills lab, clinical, and on the test day. MedNoc Training College shall issue the name badge by the first day of class or during enrollment. If a student fails to comply with the dress code requirement, he/she must be sent home by the instructor. MedNoc Training College does not issue students with black scrubs, recommend specific brands or a scrub shop. It is the responsibility of the student to buy his/her scrubs. The scrubs must be solid black, with both pants and shirt matching with no images or writings. Students can purchase black scrubs at their place of choice. Students are required to dress professionally, modestly and always in consideration of other students, instructors, potential employers, patients, and residents. No cleavage, bare midriffs, sleeveless tops, shorts, shower shoes, slippers, or flip-flops. Shoes covering toes must always be worn and no curse words or offensive writings on clothing. Students are required to be mindful of their grooming and hygiene. The student must always look neat and presentable. Students must cover and conceal tattoos by wearing a white or black long-sleeved undershirt. Excessive body piercings, fake nails, and jewelry must be removed. Wedding bands and single earrings are permitted and may be worn. The school uniform is a requirement. Students are prohibited from wearing caps/hats while at school or clinical site unless it is for religious purposes. Students may wear caps/hats with the MTC logo only in school. The cost of the school uniform (Black Scrubs) is not included in the total cost of the student tuition.
Some clinical sites may require Drug Testing before they allow students to attend clinical sites. Therefore, all students must remain drug-free to be able to participate in the clinical. Students must check their course requirements to determine if a drug test is required. For courses that require drug tests, students shall pay $50.00 to MTC for drug test charge. Then, the Director of Admissions and Registrations shall book the appointments with the clinic to have student drug tested.
Basic Life Support:
Students enrolled in a course with 40 or more clock hours are required to have a current BLS Certification. The American Heart Association must issue the Basic Life Support Certification. The school shall only accept a current BLS card issued by the American Heart Association. Students shall not be allowed to attend clinical or externship without a current BLS. Students can obtain their BLS training at MedNoc Training College for $60.00.
MedNoc Training College does not accept a BLS card not issued by American Heart Association.
Tuition and Fees Payment Policy:
Tuition and Fees must be paid in full by the first day of class unless a payment arrangement is made before the start of the program with either the Vice President or Director of Admissions and Registration. A payment arrangement is a legally binding contract that requires a written Financial Agreement Form to be executed by the student and MTC.
For a payment arrangement (including any delay in paying the required down-payment), the student must pay a down-payment in an amount that varies by Program-length, or have already executed a payment arrangement, as follows:
|FREQUENCY, AMOUNT & TIMING
OF FUTURE PAYMENTS
|Less than 80 Clock Hours||60% of Total Program Cost||Balance Due divided by Total Number of Weeks of the Program, Payments are due by 4:00 pm each Monday. Then entire Program Cost must be paid by the last day of the Program.|
|80 Clock Hours or More||50% of Total Program Cost|
Interest on Unpaid Balances: If a student owes a fee balance beyond 30 days after program completion, he/she shall be charged a ten percent (10%) interest fee on the total balance owed. The 10% interest charge shall recur every month on balance owed, including the added unpaid interest fees incurred monthly until both the fees owed and the interest fees are paid in full. A student account not paid in full including the recurring monthly fees, shall be forwarded to collection three (3) months after the completion date of the program in which the student was enrolled. If the student debt is sent to collection, the student shall be charged all the fees, including the collection cost. In the event, MTC takes legal action against the student for failure to pay; the student shall be liable for all legal fees and court costs if the judgment is rendered in favor of MTC.
A student shall be deemed to have enrolled in a program of study, on the date the student or their legal Guardian signed both the Enrollment Agreement Form and Financial Agreement Form, if applicable. A student may cancel his/her enrollment or withdraw from a program may receive a refund in accordance with the Refund Policy. Likewise, if the student owes the school, he/she shall be required to pay the balance owed within thirty (30) days after terminating his/her enrollment.
The student who fails to attend the program that he/she enrolled shall be deemed as “Never Attended” and withdrawn administratively by the school after 25% of the program’s clock hours have been completed. The Refund for a “Never Attended” student shall be issued per the Refund Policy. Likewise, the student shall be charged up to the date he/she was administratively withdrawn by the school.
The student whose signature appears on both the Enrollment and Financial Agreement Forms assumes the legal responsibility of financial agreement if, by the time the signature was affixed on both forms, the student was 18 years or older.
For a student who is less than eighteen (18) years of age must have a parent or the legal guardian sign their Enrollment and the Financial Agreement Forms. The parent or legal guardian whose signature appears on the Enrollment and Financial Agreement Forms assumes legal responsibility for the minor student’s financial account and must pay all the fees and tuition as stipulated in the Agreements.
The student who attended and received the training shall be held legally responsible for paying his/her tuition and fees. A student of legal age shall assume the legal responsibility in the event the sponsoring entity, company, or person fails to meet the obligation to pay the tuition and fees on behalf of the student whose signature appears on the Enrollment Agreement Form and the Financial Agreement Form on behalf of the student. This situation arises when a student fails to comply with the sponsor’s attendance or any other requirement, such as satisfactory academic performance.
Sponsors Tuition and Fees Payment Policy:
Companies, Governmental organizations, Non-government organizations, and all other business entities sponsoring students shall pay their invoice in full within Thirty days (30) from the date the sponsored student started his/her training. The Program Start Date is the date of the course commencement that the student enrolled.
MedNoc Training College shall charge itemized fees. The cost indicated in this table does not include books. Students are required to purchase books separately or rent books from MTC. Students may buy their books at MTC or at the place of their choice. Failure to return rented books in undamaged, the student is charged the cost to replace the book per the books price policy published on the school catalog.
PROGRAMS INFORMATION TABLE
*** The cost listed on this table does not include the cost of the Books.
*** The cost of the programs listed on this table is subject to change. The increase or decrease shall not affect the currently enrolled student.
*** The Actor is the person the candidate uses as a resident/patient to demonstrate skills during the State examination.
|PROGRAM/COURSE TITLE||CLOCK HOURS||OCCUPATIONAL CERTIFICATE||
|STATE OF OKLAHOMA
|Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) (Training cost only)||77||Long Term Care Aide||OSDH-NAR
|CNA Exam, Knowledge and Skills***||$ 150.00 plus $10.00 Actor’s fees|
|CNA Skills Exam***||$ 130.00 plus $10.00 Actor’s fees|
|CNA State Knowledge Exam***||$ 60.00|
|CNA Written Exam Single Event ***||$100.00|
|CNA Skills Exam Single Event***||$130.00|
|Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA) (Training Only)||16||Home Health Aide||OSDH-NAR
|CHHA State Exam***||$130.00 plus $10.00 Actor’s fees|
|Certified Medication Aide (CMA) (Training Only)||50||Certified Medication Aide||OSDH-NAR
|CMA State Exam***||Oklahoma||$ 150.00|
|CMA UPDATE (Training cost only) +++||8||$75.00|
|ACMA: Respiratory & Nasogastric/Gastrostomy (Training cost only) +||16||Certified Medication Aide – Gastro & Resp||OSDH-NAR
|ACMA: Diabetes Care with Insulin Administration (Training cost only) ++||16||Certified Medication Aide – Diabetes & Insulin||OSDH-NAR
|ACMA: Diabetes Monitoring & Insulin Administration State Exam***||$150.00|
|Medication Administration Technician (MAT) – Initial (All cost included)||16||MAT Certificate||OK-DHS-DDS
|Medication Administration Technician (MAT) – Update (All cost included)||8||$ 75.00|
|Phlebotomy Technician (All cost included)||178||CPT||NHA||National||$ 1,855.00|
|Medical Billing & Coding Specialist (All cost included)||195||CBCS||NHA||National||$ 3,465.00|
|Pharmacy Technician (All cost included)||154||CPhT||PTCB||National||$ 1,655.00|
|Medical Assistant (All cost included)||448||CCMA||NHA||National||$ 4,485.00|
|Optometric/Ophthalmic Technician ((All cost included)||226||COA||AAH||National||$ 3,405.00|
|Electrocardiograph (ECG/EKG) Technician (All cost included)||122||CET||NHA||National||$ 1,415.00|
|Oklahoma Home Care Administrator Preparedness and Assessment Program (OHCAPA)(All cost included)||200||Oklahoma Home Care Administrator||OSDH-Home Care Administrator Registry||Oklahoma||$3,025.00|
|BLS (Basic Life Support) Initial||6||BLS||AHA||National||$60.00|
|BLS (Basic Life Support) Renewal||6||$60.00|
|ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) Initial||16||ACLS||AHA||National||$200.00|
|ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) Renewal.||8||$150.00|
|Heartsaver Initial (Training Books Included)||6||Heartsaver||AHA||National||$80.00|
|Heartsaver Renewal (Training Books Included)||6||$80.00|
|TB Skin Screen Test***||$ 20.00|
|Application Fee||$ 25.00|
|Remediation Fee||3 Weeks||$250.00|
|+ ACMA (Resp, Naso & Gastro): The student is responsible for submitting the end of course paperwork required by the Oklahoma Nurse Aide Registry with a $10.00 fee to the Nurse Aide Registry to be added as ACMA with Resp & Gastro.|
|+ + ACMA: DC with IA: The student is responsible for submitting the end of course paperwork required by the Oklahoma Nurse Aide Registry with a $10.00 fee to the Nurse Aide Registry to be added as ACMA with DM & IA.|
|+ + + CMA Update: The student is responsible for submitting end of course paperwork with a $10.00 fee to the Nurse Aide Registry to renew the CMA certification.|
|NOTE: The $10.00 Actor’s fee is not part of the tuition and must be paid by the student taking the CNA or HHA skills exam. The fee must be paid on the date of the scheduled certification exam. Students cannot bring their actors.|
|*** Note that the fee indicated is Nonrefundable.|
|+ + Note that the $ 10.00 associated with the end of course paperwork is payable to OSDH-NAR and not MedNoc Training College.|
|AAH||American Allied Health|
|AHA||American Heart Association|
|CBCS||Certified Billing Coding Specialist|
|CCMA||Certified Clinical Medical Assistant|
|CET||Certified Electrocardiograph Technician|
|COA||Certified Optometric Assistant|
|CPhT||Certified Pharmacy Technician|
|CPT||Certified Phlebotomy Technician|
|NAR||Nurse Aide Registry|
|NHA||National Health Career Association|
|OHCAPA||Oklahoma Home Care Administrator Preparedness and Assessment Program|
|OKDHS-DDS||Oklahoma Department of Human Services-Developmental Disability Services|
|OSDH||Oklahoma State Department of Health|
|PTCB||Pharmacy Technician Certification Board|