Looking for a program that will give you the training necessary to enter the workforce of an in-demand field? Biomedical Equipment Technicians (BMETs) are health care professionals who test, maintain and repair medical equipment. As a BMET, you could work for a hospital, medical device manufacturer, or third-party hospital vendor, fixing and testing a wide range of medical devices and clinical applications. The program starts with the Biomedical Equipment Technology I Proficiency Certificate, and those who complete this certificate can continue their education with the Biomedical Equipment Technology II Proficiency Certificate.
Upon receiving your proficiency certificate, you may: enter the workforce; earn the Biomedical Equipment Technology II Proficiency Certificate; or apply your courses to the Applied Science and Engineering Technology associate's degree program, and then transfer to a four-year college.
Join Us for an Information Session on Wednesday, Dec. 9 at 6 p.m.
Biomedical Equipment Technology—it’s one of the 5 best jobs you’ve never heard of, according to Money Magazine. Imagine a career where you can play a major role as part of a health care team, ensuring that emerging medical technologies are in top form so nurses and doctors can provide the best possible patient care. Biomedical equipment technicians work in medical centers, hospitals and large clinics, or for medical equipment manufacturers. Join us for an information session to take your first step toward a career in biomedical equipment technology.
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