Central Processing Technicians help reduce the risk of microbial exposure of patients by sterilizing, cleaning, processing, assembling, storing, and distributing medical supplies and equipment needed for surgery and patient care. This program will train students to use heat, steam, and chemical disinfecting sterilization techniques, as well as inventory management skills. Professionalism, teamwork, communications and medical terminology are a priority as students learn to pursue, or maintain, job opportunities in Central Processing Technology.
CEI has the lowest cost Central Processing Technology program in Idaho.
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Upon completion of the coursework, students will be eligible to take the IAACSMM National certification exam. 400 hours of hands-on, documented experience in a Central Sterile Department is necessary for the certification to be considered valid.
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