Covidien's Biomed Service Training is designed to teach Biomedical Equipment Technicians (BMET) and Clinical Engineers (CE) how to install, setup, operate, calibrate and troubleshoot our electrosurgical equipment. With specific information and guidelines for maintaining the equipment, our training ensures biomedical professionals are able to perform preventive maintenance tasks and rectify equipment issues efficiently and effectively.
The result: your hospital maximizes its investment in capital equipment by minimizing equipment down time.
Through lecture, demonstrations and extensive hands-on lab exercises, participants will learn to:
- Tear down equipment
- Remove and replace parts
- Perform calibration procedures
- Confirm output parameters
Biomed courses are designed to teach intermediate-level installation, operation, fault isolation and preventive maintenance tasks consistent with the board-level maintenance philosophy. Instruments associated with the electrosurgical generators are used for output checks and calibration, but the actual use and application of these instruments is not covered. This information is provided by your sales representative.
Biomed courses are intended for:
- Hospital biomedical equipment technicians and clinical engineers
- In-house service technicians
Participants should have a background in electronic engineering technology or biomedical equipment technology. This training is generally offered by technical schools or through military training. Past experience with electrosurgical equipment is beneficial.
Successful course completion will be determined via written quizzes and structured laboratory exercises. Participants will receive a certificate of qualification if they attend the entire course and fulfill the competency requirements.[Read Less]