Available courses

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

Successfully completing MAT IS Part 1 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.

HANDOUTS: You will need the MAT IS Handouts while taking MAT IS Part 1. You do not need to print the handouts. You can download them directly to your computer for reference during this online course. 

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 official MAT Certificate.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENT: Evidence of current CPR/First Aid certification is required for admission to all MAT Program part 2/classroom courses.

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

Successfully completing MAT First Renewal Part 1 enables you to print your MAT First Renewal Part 1 Completion Certificate, which is required for admission to the MAT First Renewal Part 2 classroom course. This part 1 completion certificate is valid for 3 months.

HANDOUTS: You will need the MAT Handouts while taking MAT First Renewal Part 1. You can download them directly to your computer for reference during this online course.

REQUIREMENT: Only providers who hold a current or recently expired (within 90 days) MAT Certificate are eligible to take the MAT First Renewal Course. Those who hold a current MAT First Renewal Certificate are NOT eligible to renew via the MAT First Renewal Course. You must bring your qualifying MAT Certificate to the MAT First First Renewal Part 2 classroom course to be admitted. If you've lost your paper MAT Certificate or cannot access your MAT certificate, please email support@mat.freshdesk.com

IMPORTANT: 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. You must take the MAT First Renewal Online Test to complete this online course. You only get two attempts to pass this test with a score of 80% or higher.

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 First Renewal Part 1 online course AND the MAT First Renewal Part 2 classroom course, and have earned your official MAT First Renewal Certificate.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENT: Evidence of current CPR/First Aid certification is required for admission to all MAT Program part 2 classroom courses.

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

Successfully completing AMAT Part 1 enables you to print your AMAT Part 1 Completion Certificate, which is required for admission to the AMAT Part 2 classroom course. This part 1 completion certificate is valid for 6 months.

HANDOUTS: You will need the AMAT Handouts while taking this online course. You can download them directly to your computer for reference. You don't need to print them or bring them to 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 AMAT Part 1 online course AND the AMAT Part 2 classroom course, and have earned your official AMAT Certificate.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENT: Evidence of current CPR/First Aid certification is required for admission to all MAT Program part 2 classroom courses.

The MAT Auvi-Q online course provides additional device-specific training on the Auvi-Q epinephrine auto-injector. 

This course is for providers who hold a current and valid MAT, MAT First Renewal, AMAT, or MAT EpiPen Certificate. This course does not provide complete training in safe medication practices, since the prerequisite MAT courses provide this training.

Successfully completing the online-only MAT Auvi-Q Course enables you to print your MAT Auvi-Q Course Completion Certificate. This is a convenient way to document your completion of this additional device-specific training.

The MAT Adrenaclick online course provides additional device-specific training on the Adrenaclick epinephrine auto-injector. 

This course is for providers who hold a current and valid MAT, MAT First Renewal, AMAT, or MAT EpiPen Certificate. This course does not provide complete training in safe medication practices, since the prerequisite MAT courses provide this training.

Successfully completing the online-only MAT Adrenaclick Course enables you to print your MAT Adrenaclick Course Completion Certificate. This is a convenient way to document your completion of this additional device-specific training.

The MAT Symjepi online course provides additional device-specific training on the Symjepi epinephrine injector. 

This course is for providers who hold a current and valid MAT, MAT First Renewal, AMAT, or MAT EpiPen Certificate. This course does not provide complete training in safe medication practices, since the prerequisite MAT courses provide this training.

Successfully completing the online-only MAT Sympepi Course enables you to print your MAT Symjepi Course Completion Certificate. This is a convenient way to document your completion of this additional device-specific training.

This course provides supplemental information on asthma, how it is treated, and asthma care plan forms for MAT Certified providers who care for children with asthma in their workplace. This course alone does not provide authorization to administer any medication.

MAT Solu-Cortef Part 1 provides the core content on safe medication administration procedures for providers administering medications to children in their care in child day program and private school settings. This course is designed for providers who are NOT MAT Certified and who only wish to be certified to administer Solu-Cortef. 

REQUIRED HANDOUTS: You will need the MAT Module Handouts (42 pages) to complete this online course. Click the green link to download them.

About MAT Solu-Cortef Certification: If you are NOT MAT CERTIFIED, you must complete BOTH the MAT Solu-Cortef Part 1 online course AND the MAT Solu-Cortef Part 2 classroom course to earn your MAT Solu-Cortef Certificate, which authorizes you to administer Solu-Cortef to children in your care.

Requirements to attend MAT Solu-Cortef Part 2: If you are NOT MAT CERTIFIED, you must PRINT the MAT Solu-Cortef Part 1 Completion Certificate at the end of this course and bring it with you to the Part 2 classroom course for admission. The part 1 completion certificate is valid for 6 months. 

Registering for MAT Solu-Cortef Part 2: You must register for the MAT Solu-Cortef Part 2 classroom course directly with an approved MAT Diabetes trainer. To locate a MAT Diabetes Trainer, please visit the Find a MAT Trainer webpage on the MAT Program Website. 

This training video is provided for REFERENCE ONLY.

WARNING: If you don't hold a current and valid MAT Solu-Cortef Certificate, watching this video alone DOES NOT authorize you to give Solu-Cortef!

Child day program providers wishing to be authorized to give Solu-Cortef to children in their care must successfully complete BOTH the MAT Solu-Cortef Part 1 Online Course (if not MAT Certified) AND the MAT Solu-Cortef Part 2 classroom course to earn their MAT Solu-Cortef Certificate.

The MAT Diabetes Course was NEWLY REVISED to include new content on insulin pumps, continuous glucose monitors, nasal glucagon, new delivery techniques for injected glucagon, and other new information. Also note NEW HANDOUT POLICY below.

The MAT Diabetes Course 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 MAT Diabetes Part 1 enables you to print your MAT Diabetes Part 1 Completion Certificate, which is required for admission to the MAT Diabetes Part 2 classroom course. This part 1 completion certificate is valid for 6 months.

NEW HANDOUTS: You will need the MAT Diabetes Handouts while taking this online course, but you DO NOT need to print them all. The handouts for each module are posted in that module and you can download/view them on your computer, digitally. You DO NOT need to bring your handouts to the MAT Diabetes Part 2 classroom course. If you need to print out a handout to use to complete an exercise during this online course, that will be noted in the module instructions.

REQUIREMENT: Only providers who hold a current MAT Certificate or MAT First Renewal Certificate are eligible to take the MAT Diabetes Course. You must bring your qualifying MAT Certificate or MAT First Renewal Certificate to the MAT Diabetes Part 2 classroom course to be admitted. If you've lost your paper MAT Certificate or cannot access your MAT Certificate, please email support@mat.freshdesk.com

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 official MAT Diabetes Certificate.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENT: Evidence of current CPR/First Aid certification is required for admission to all MAT Program part 2 classroom courses.


The MAT Epilepsy Course provides instruction on management of epilepsy in a child day program environment and covers administering medications and treatments that a child with epilepsy may need, including rectal medications, vagus nerve stimulator treatments, and in the Uncertified Provider version of this course, oral, liquid, and tablet medications.

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

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

There are two different course options for the MAT Epilepsy Course. This course is offered to both MAT-certified and uncertified providers, to meet the needs of all providers who care for a child with epilepsy:

Option 1: MAT Epilepsy for MAT-Certified Providers, which provides additional training on epilepsy, epilepsy management, and administration of epilepsy medications. This version is designed for providers who hold current MAT Certification. 

Option 2: MAT Epilepsy for Uncertified Providers, which provides complete training in the safe medication administration skills needed to care for a child with epilepsy, in addition to specific training on epilepsy, epilepsy management and administration of epilepsy medications. This version is designed for providers who DON'T hold current MAT Certification.

REQUIRED HANDOUTS: You will need the MAT Epilepsy Handouts while taking this online course. You must bring these handouts to the Part 2 class. You can take the handouts print file to any printer for printing.

Handouts for MAT Epilepsy Part 1 course: print files are available for download inside the MAT Epilepsy Part 1 online course

REMEMBER - It's your responsibility:

  • to confirm which version of this course you need to take. 
  • to follow the instructions in the Part 1 course to earn the CORRECT Part 1 completion certificate for your qualifications.
  • to register with a MAT Epilepsy Trainer (see Find a MAT Trainer) for the correct Epilepsy Part 2 class, so that you can earn your MAT Epilepsy Certificate. 

The MAT Rectal Medications Course covers administration of emergency rectal suppositories and DiaStat.

Successfully completing the online-only MAT Rectal Medications Course enables you to print your MAT Rectal Medication Administration Certificate

HANDOUTS: You will need the MAT Rectal Handouts while taking this online course. You can download them directly to your computer. You do not need to print them out.

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 Medication Administration Certificate and ALSO hold a current and valid MAT Certificate or MAT First Renewal Certificate.

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.