Instructors use this site to submit the Class/Student Information for the Medication Technician 20-Hour Initial Class
The regulations require that a Medication Technician applicant take a 20-hour initial class. Once the class is completed, the applicant may
submit his/her Medication Technician Initial (MTI) application online.
In order for the students to be eligible to submit their application, the instructor who taught the class must submit the student information first by using
this Online Information Submittal System. The following information for each student must be provided: First Name, Middle Name, Last Name (legal name, no nickname), Date of
Birth and Social Security Number/Tax ID Number (view Disclosure regarding regulations about
SSN/TIN). If the instructor has filled in the required information in an Excel spreadsheet, based on the Board approved template (download
the Spreadsheet Template), the student information list can be uploaded to this online system and
submitted in that manner. However, if the instructor has applicants in his/her class, who are repeating the 20-hour initial course, these applicants must
file their renewal application on paper, and the instructor should not include these applicants in the student list submitted online.
Based on the Boards regulations, the Instructor has a maximum of FIVE (5) calendar days to submit the class student list after the
classs End Date. If this time constraint is missed, an exception must be requested from the Board by the instructor for
an extension. The students in the class have a maximum of ONE YEAR (365 calendar days) to submit his/her Medication Technician
Initial (MTI) application after the class End Date, which includes payment of the application fee.
Therefore, we recommend that the instructors inform the students to be aware of the above time regulation in order to avoid any application delay. It is important
for the instructor to follow the time regulation and fill-in the student information accurately and on time. This information will be used to confirm
the applicants identity. Inaccurate information will prevent the student from continuing his/her application process. The instructor is the only person
authorized to make such corrections.
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NOTE: The Board now accepts the MTI class/student information submitted online. If you need any assistance for how to submit the MTI class/student information, please contact
the Maryland Board of Nursing by e-mail at email@example.com.
NOTE: Please be aware that a valid e-mail account is required. The class submittal status information will be sent to the e-mail address provided. If
you do not already have an e-mail account, you can always open an e-mail account at any publicly available e-mail service. Most of these services are free to the general
NOTE: You must click the "Continue" or "Next" button on each page for the entered data to take effect.