Onsite Training


Molecular Imaging (Nuclear Medicine (NM)) Onsite Training

The technologist will learn the complete system operation of the nuclear medicine system in order to fully operate and provide clinical diagnostic images. In addition the training will include workflow modification for site-specific requirements and System Quality Performance management.

 

Preparation for Onsite Clinical Education Training:  

  • Select core group of technologists (maximum 3) to attend the entire onsite training session

          - Technologists must be available for the entire week

  • Criteria for selecting personnel for training:

          - NM or NM/CT background and understanding of imaging techniques
          - Eagerness to learn and accept challenges
          - Teaching skills to effectively train the remaining staff

  • Technologists scheduled for training must be removed from all responsibilities such as phone calls, scheduling of patients, and coverage for other department areas
  • Education training should commence during standard business hours. Any personnel from the 2nd or 3rd shift that are to be trained should be brought in at this time
  • Participating staff is encouraged to complete all of the prerequisite training and review materials sent with the equipment
  • Review documentation contained in Welcome/S.T.A.R.T. package
  • All equipment must be installed and functioning 

 

Target Audience:
Nuclear Medicine Technologists

Accreditation
:
12 to 29 CEUs based on system type and options purchased 
 

Contact for more information:
888-221-8010 / Choose option 2 (onsite training), then option 3 (NM), then option 1 

 

 

 

 



Molecular Imaging (PET•CT) Onsite Training

The technologist will learn the complete system operation of the PET•CT system in order to fully operate and provide clinical diagnostic images. In addition the training includes workflow modification for site-specific requirements and System Quality Performance management. 
 

  • Select core group of technologists (maximum 4) to attend the entire onsite training session
  • Criteria for selecting personnel for training:

         - PET and/or CT background and understanding of imaging techniques
         - Eagerness to learn and accept challenges

  • Teaching skills to effectively train the remaining staff Technologists scheduled for training must be removed from all responsibilities such as phone calls, scheduling of patients, and coverage for other department areas
  • Education training should commence during standard business hours. Any personnel from the 2nd or 3rd shift that are to be trained should be brought in at this time
  • Participating staff is encouraged to complete all of the prerequisite training and review materials sent with the equipment
  • Review documentation contained in Welcome/S.T.A.R.T. package
  • All equipment must be installed and functioning

 

Target Audience:
PET and/or CT Technologists

Accreditation:
6.5 to 26 CEUs based on system type and options purchased

Contact for more information:
888-221-8010 / choose option 2 (onsite training), then option 4, then option 1