BMET Professional Skills Seminars – 20 Clock Hours
CIT offers onsite medical equipment service training for 4 different types of machines. The training for each is completed over a period of 2 days for a total of 20 contact hours.
Topics: To assist biomedical equipment technician professionals in staying current with their knowledge and skills, this seminar covers the following topics: Clinical Introduction, Machine Functions, Theory of Operation, Machine Principles, Preventative Maintenance and Problem Solving & Troubleshooting.
Objectives: Upon successfully completing this seminar, students will be able to demonstrate the theory of operation and preventative maintenance procedures & troubleshooting techniques. Students will be able to install, configure, and troubleshoot the machines.
- Basic Anesthesia Service Training: 2 days/20 Hours
- Basic Dialysis Service Training: 2 days/20 Hours
- Basic Ultrasound Service Training: 2 days/20 Hours
- Basic Ventilator Service Training: 2 days/20 Hours
Minimum age of 18 and successful completion of CIT’s Biomedical Equipment I-BMET 2304 course, or Biomedical Equipment Technology experience (6 months or more within the last 10 years), or an Associates degree in Electronics or Biomedical Equipment Technology, or equivalent military/DOD training.