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How do I sign up for a course?
To make it easy, we created a video to show you the process of signing up for a course. You can watch it here.
How many CEUs can I get for classes?
BRN - In the State of California, Registered nurses are required by law (California Code of Regulations, Section 1451, Article 5) to complete 30 contact hours of continuing education every two years - Register course online or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
BVNPT - Licensees must complete 30 contact hours of Continuing Education every two years in order to renew their license with an active status - Register course online or email at: email@example.com.
California Department of Public Health - CNA/HHA must complete 48 contact hours of Continuing Education every two years in order to renew their certificate with an active status - Register course online or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is Refund and Cancellation Policy?
It is the students’ responsibility to notify OCMA by email or phone that they cannot make the class.
The Reschedule Policy allows students to reschedule their course one time at no cost or be placed on a To Be Determined roster with a one year limit from the time of original course registration. Rescheduling must be completed at least 72 hours prior to the start of the class. Subsequent rescheduling will incur a $20 processing fee. No refunds are available after rescheduling and the amount paid remains as a credit.
The No Show Policy refers to students who have paid for a course and do not call ahead to reschedule, cancel, or request a refund prior to the class. A student who does not contact OCMA to cancel their course or does not show up for the course will forfeit all fees paid. No Shows do not qualify for a refund or a reschedule. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding this policy.
The Cancellation and Refund Policy states that students may cancel a course up to 72 hours prior to the start date. A $20 fee will be charged for the class that was canceled. Refund requests will be honored when made prior to 72 hours of the course start time. Within 72 hours of course date, any payments made are not refundable. Due to the unique Course Package discount rates, packages are not eligible for full refund. Refunds will be processed within 5 to 7 working days from the time we received the notification of a class will be cancelled. A check will be mailed for the refund.
OCMA strives to ensure every option is explored before rescheduling or cancelling a scheduled class. We do not make the decision to cancel classes lightly and do our best to take every precaution we have available to us to prevent taking such an action. However, should backup instructors be unavailable to teach a scheduled class, advanced notice will always be attempted. Should advanced notice be impossible, in the unlikely case of a cancellation or rescheduling, OCMA will honor each student's credit and will reschedule the class within a reasonable time. OCMA is not responsible for any loss of revenue, wages, hotel or travel expenses, or damages resulting from a canceled or rescheduled class.
Notification process if class is cancelled: Participant will be notified by email as quickly as possible.
To cancel or reschedule please phone us at (714) 367 - 6322, or email at Ocmedicalacademy@gmail.com.
IV Therapy and Blood Withdrawal class is approved through the California BVNPT
Yes we are. You can see us listed on the BVNPT’s website here as providers of both IV Therapy and Blood Withdrawal certification.
Do I receive certification when I complete class IV/ Phlebotomy?
Yes, upon course completion you will receive a certificate of completion for your records.
You will receive 36 CEUs for this course.
Why should I take EKG Arrhythmia interpretation class?
This American Heart Association course focuses on the identification and understanding of key arrhythmias and the pharmacology associated with running a Mega-Code. This course is often taken by individuals who would like to be better prepared for the American Heart ACLS Course or who wish to sharpen their skills with regards to ECG interpretation. The updated 2015 AHA curriculum for ACLS refers to and relies on ECG knowledge. This is a good course to take prior to ACLS to be best prepared.