Available courses

MAT IS covers administering oral liquids and tablets, inhaler and nebulizer, ear and eye medications, topical medications and EpiPen epinephrine auto-injector.

Successfully completing the MAT IS Part 1 online course enables you to print your MAT IS Part 1 Completion Certificate, which is required for admission to the MAT IS Part 2 classroom course. The Part 1 Completion Certificate is valid for 6 months.

REQUIRED HANDOUTS: You will need the MAT IS Handouts while taking this online course. You must bring these handouts to the Part 2 class. You can print the (136 page) MAT IS Handouts, or you can order these handouts from the MAT Online Store (please allow 2 weeks for delivery).

WARNING: You are NOT AUTHORIZED to give medications to children using the skills covered in this course until you have successfully completed BOTH the MAT IS Part 1 online course AND the MAT IS Part 2 classroom course, and have earned your MAT Certificate.

If you need to take MAT IS Part 1 and have a PROGRAM CODE, take this version of the MAT IS Part 1 course.

MAT Renewal covers administering oral liquids and tablets, inhaler and nebulizer, ear and eye medications, topical medications and EpiPen epinephrine auto-injector in a very quick, condensed format. 

Successfully completing the MAT Renewal Part 1 online course enables you to print your MAT Renewal Part 1 Completion Certificate, which is required for admission to the MAT Renewal Part 2 classroom course. The Part 1 Completion Certificate is valid for 3 months.

REQUIRED HANDOUTS: You will need the MAT Renewal Handouts while taking this online course. You can print the (38 page) MAT Renewal Handouts, and you must bring these handouts to the Part 2 class.

WARNING - This course does not include any instruction or practice, so it is only suitable for MAT-Certified providers who give medications regularly using the MAT method.

*** WARNING - ONLY providers who hold a current or recently expired (within 90 days) MAT Certificate are eligible to take the MAT Renewal Part 2 class that completes this course. Holders of MAT Renewal Certificates are NOT eligible to renew via MAT Renewal. You MUST bring your qualifying MAT Certificate to the MAT Renewal Part 2 class to be admitted.*** 

If you've lost your MAT Certificate, you can order a duplicate set from the MAT Online Store.

WARNING: You are NOT AUTHORIZED to give medications to children using the skills covered in this course until you have successfully completed BOTH the MAT Renewal Part 1 online course AND the MAT Renewal Part 2 classroom course, and have earned your MAT Renewal Certificate.

If you need to take MAT Renewal Part 1 and have a PROGRAM CODE, first, read all the warnings in the MAT Renewal course description above. Then come back to this version of the course, and enroll in this version.

The EMAT (Emergency Medication Administration Training) course covers medication administration skills that can help you prevent asthma and allergy emergencies. This course covers ONLY administering liquid Benadryl, metered-dose inhalers, and EpiPen epinephrine auto-injector.

Successfully completing the EMAT Part 1 online course enables you to print your EMAT Part 1 Completion Certificate, which is required for admission to the EMAT Part 2 classroom course. The Part 1 Completion Certificate is valid for 6 months.

REQUIRED HANDOUTS: You will need the EMAT Handouts while taking this online course. You must print the (76 page) EMAT Handouts and bring them to the Part 2 class.

WARNING: You are NOT AUTHORIZED to give medications to children using the skills covered in this course until you have successfully completed BOTH the EMAT Part 1 online course AND the EMAT Part 2 classroom course, and have earned your EMAT Certificate.

MAT Diabetes covers administering blood glucose and urine ketone tests, as well as calculating insulin doses, giving insulin by syringe and pen injector, and giving glucagon.

Successfully completing the MAT Diabetes Part 1 online course enables you to print your MAT Diabetes Part 1 Completion Certificate, which is required for admission to the MAT Diabetes Part 2 classroom course. The Part 1 Completion Certificate is valid for 6 months.

REQUIRED HANDOUTS: You will need the MAT Diabetes Handouts while taking this online course. You must bring these handouts to the Part 2 class. You can print the (105 page) MAT Diabetes Handouts, or you can order them from the MAT Online Store (please allow 2 weeks for delivery).

*** WARNING - ONLY providers who hold a current MAT Certificate or MAT Renewal Certificate are eligible to take the MAT Diabetes Part 2 class that completes this course. You MUST bring your qualifying MAT Certificate or MAT Renewal Certificate to the MAT Diabetes Part 2 class to be admitted.***

If you've lost your MAT Certificate, you can order a duplicate set from the MAT Online Store.

WARNING: You are NOT AUTHORIZED to give medications to children using the skills covered in this course until you have successfully completed BOTH the MAT Diabetes Part 1 online course AND the MAT Diabetes Part 2 classroom course, and have earned your MAT Diabetes Certificate.

MAT Rectal covers administration of emergency rectal suppositories and DiaStat.

REQUIRED HANDOUTS: You will need the (30 page) MAT Rectal Handouts while taking this online course. 

Successfully completing the MAT Rectal online course enables you to print your MAT Rectal Certificate

*** WARNING: You are NOT AUTHORIZED to give medications to children using the skills covered in this course unless you hold a current and valid MAT Rectal Certificate AND ALSO hold a current and valid MAT Certificate or MAT Renewal Certificate. ***

This course is for MAT Trainers only, and it includes information such as project schedules that they may need to consult from time to time.

This course holds resources such as program information documents that visitors to this site may need. 

All these resources can be reached through links on the front page of this website.