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The intent of this training is to familiarize US military biomedical technicians with service procedures for our ACP®215 system’s annual Preventive Maintenance requirement. This course is conducted on-line via the internet with a multi-media approach to remote learning, including interactive review and examination, along with embedded videos demonstrating PM procedure steps per the ACP 215 Service Manual (also provided). This program is currently available to the US Military and NATO partners globally, all locations; government email address required for access. View details (AVAILABILITY: NATO, US MILITARY)
This consultation course is for blood center management and staff and demonstrates the safest and most efficient use of apheresis devices, as well as the best ways for centers to conduct validation and quality control.(AVAILABILITY: Canada, US)
This course includes 1.5 days of classroom training and 5+ days of on-the-job training. The class is designed for blood bank staff with little or no experience with apheresis equipment.(AVAILABILITY: Canada, US)
This half-day (4 hours) training class is for operators who are already proficient with apheresis devices and protocols. The program focuses on technical issues and provides an in-depth review of programming and protocols to enable operators to troubleshoot any potentially difficult problems. Attendance is recommended 1 or 2 times per calendar year for ongoing education and to maintain protocol proficiency.(AVAILABILITY: Canada, US)
This 2.5 day “train-the-trainer” intensive course is for experienced operators who will be the next center trainers. The program prepares your staff trainers to perform troubleshooting, advanced device operations, and quality control; train other staff using standard Haemonetics’ educational materials; and act as resident experts on apheresis equipment, protocols, and donor conversion.(AVAILABILITY: Canada, US)
This 1 day “train-the-trainer” course is for blood center employees who are already proficient in Haemonetics protocols and are responsible for conducting on-the-job training. This training program will show participants what to emphasize during the hands-on portion of a new employee’s training, and will also enable them to become resident experts on apheresis equipment, protocols, and donor conversion. Note: Individuals who take the STAT training do not need to take the preceptor class.(AVAILABILITY: Canada, US)
These 30-minute training programs cover a variety of topics and are designed to offer additional or clarifying insights into many areas of general blood banking and Haemonetics device operations. They are also ideal for continuing education and staff development.(AVAILABILITY: Canada, US)
This consultation training is designed for customers who encounter results outside acceptable control limits and includes data analysis, corrective action recommendations, and monitoring.(AVAILABILITY: Canada, US)
Operator/End User Training for Hospital products includes initial or retraining of basic knowledge and skills focused on product use and may include: functions and operations, clinical application, and troubleshooting.(AVAILABILITY: US ONLY)
Advanced Operations Training for Hospital products includes additional concepts of operation/use and application for experienced users.(AVAILABILITY: US ONLY)
The intent of this seminar series is to familiarize biomedical engineers with maintenance and service procedures for our Cell Saver® systems. This seminars are modeled after the same training received by Haemonetics Field Service Engineers. View details(AVAILABILITY: US ONLY)
Required annually for biomedical engineers that have completed the Cell Saver Biomedical Seminar Series. To insure trainees are staying up-to-date on technical knowledge as it relates to maintenance and service procedures for our Cell Saver® systems. Recertification exam is offered online – passing grade of 80% renews trainee’s credentials for maintenance and service of their Cell Saver® systems for another year. Tuition includes necessary fixture calibration. View details(AVAILABILITY: US ONLY)
This training class is for any blood center staff member who may have contact with a blood donor. The program focuses on the industry best practices for automated red cell collections, including industry trends, right type donor mix, eligibility and suitability standards, the importance of a strong automated red cell program, the steps for donor conversion, and handling objections.(AVAILABILITY: Canada, US)
Our PCS®2 STAT (Specialized Trainer for Automated Technology) Training program provides advanced training in troubleshooting and device operations combined with principles of adult learning and an orientation to Haemonetics’ training materials. Participants will have the opportunity to practice troubleshooting and engage in mock teaching exercises. Fundamental information on adult learning and teaching strategies will be practiced as will use of Haemonetics Training Materials.(AVAILABILITY: GERMANY ONLY)
PCS®2 Operator training is currently available in a CD ROM package. Access the operator training assessment test here.(AVAILABILITY: US ONLY)
PCS®2 Maintenance Seminars are offered approximately every 3 weeks throughout the calendar year. This highly effective training program is provided at no charge to all plasma center personnel who work with the PCS2 device. View details
(AVAILABILITY: US ONLY)
The intent of this seminar series is to familiarize biomedical engineers with maintenance and service procedures for our TEG® systems. This seminars are modeled after the same training received by Haemonetics Field Service Engineers. View details(AVAILABILITY: US ONLY)
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