The individuals selected for the Biomedical Equipment Repair Training Program are chosen based on a number of criteria, including educational background, English skills, ability to learn complicated technical theories, standing in the community, and aptitude and teaching potential.
Entrance Requirements for the Biomedical Equipment Repair Program.
To be considered for enrollment in the Biomedical Equipment Repair Program, a student must:
- Have the ability to fluently speak, read and understand English
- Have a combination of education and/or experience that includes graduation from high school AND one of the following:
- Completion of two years of college in electrical/electronic engineering, biomedical engineering technology, or similar technical curriculum
- Completion of two years of technical school (beyond high school) in electronics, engineering technology, or biomedical technology
- Worked as a biomedical technician for minimum two (2) years
- Have completed the entrance exam with a grade of 18 point (on a scale from 1 to 30). The entrance exam will be delivered to a prospective student after the Application Form is completed and processed.
- Have no prior criminal record
Only students who meet the required criteria will be considered for enrollment in the Biomedical Equipment Repair Program.