The Central Sterile Processing is a dynamic and fast paced environment with work that is challenging, highly technical, complex and rewarding. The Central Sterile Processing Technician is an essential part of the surgical team and has a vital impact on the smooth operation of the many departments they provide services. Patient safety and infection preventions start with Central Sterile Processing.
Classes will include basic fundamentals, instrument identification, basic sterile processing, labs, and clinical rotations. This will introduce students to the technical skills and the primary responsibilities of a Central Sterile Technician and prepare the student for employment in a hospital, ambulatory care, and physicians’ office setting.
Completion of this class will provide advanced knowledge, skills, and hands-on practical application that will prepare the student for the workplace and the certification exam through the Certified Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution (CBSPD) or through International Association of Healthcare Central Service Material Management (IAHCSMM) with continued hands-on hours that can be completed post-employment. Course cost consists of tuition and supply/insurance fees. This class is limited to 12 students. It is offered in the Fall semester.
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