General Richard B. Myers Veterans Program
Train to become a biomedical technician in only 5 months
If you're a veteran, you may be eligible to take part in the General Richard B. Myers Veterans Program that will train you to become a biomedical equipment technician in only five months. The program is free for qualified veterans.
The five-month intensive BMET program will prepare you to repair, maintain and operate sophisticated medical devices and instrumentation used throughout the health care industry.
Once you complete the training, you'll earn an industry-recognized BMET certificate and be ready to put your skills to work in a well-paying job.
The Program at a Glance
The General Richard B. Myers Veterans Program will offer veterans a challenging, accelerated training program that prepares you to install, calibrate, operate, maintain and troubleshoot sophisticated medical devices and instrumentation used in health care delivery.
Once you complete the training, you'll be prepared to install and repair medical equipment like: electrocardiographs, defibrillators, patient monitors, ventilators, ultrasound systems and clinical laboratory analyzers.
Are You Eligible?
If you answer yes to the questions below, you may be eligible:
• Are you a post 9/11 Veteran?
• Do you have electronics experience, training or background?
• Are you good at math and algebra?
• Can you attend classes full-time for five months? (This is an intensive program that meets from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Mon. through Fri. for five months. You will be required to do homework in the evenings.)
If you have questions or want more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 214.575.5006 ext.112
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Next training session begins July 25th 2016
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