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Central Source SPD provide a Sterile Processing Training Course that prepares students for employment as Central Sterile Processing technicians
We prepare students for the CRCST Certification test administered by IAHCSMM, International Association of Healthcare Central Service Material Management.
We offer a 15 week Sterile Processing Training course that teaches students the theory and duties of a Central Sterile Processing Technician. Our program covers anatomy, microbiology, surgical instrumentation and decontamination.
The course also includes high and low temperature sterilization; We provide hands on classroom training and clinical exposure to the Sterile Processing Department.
Central Source SPD is the home of quality hands on and clinical training for individuals who are seeking to break into the field of sterile processing.
Central Source was designed to help offer prospective students access to a rewarding career within the medical field with a flexible 15 week program.
Our mission is to equip, educate and expand minds regarding one of the most important careers in the medical field. Classes are lead by certified instructors who possess over 17 years in the field.
Upon completion of the course students will receive a certificate of completion. As a graduate of the program students will be able to pursue professional certification through (IAHCSMM) International Association of Healthcare Central Service Material Management.
*To qualify for the (CRCST) Certified Registered Central Service Technician, students must complete 400 hours of hands on experience in the laboratory or healthcare setting.
The sterile processing technician must possess a great knowledge of surgical instruments, surgical supply, sterilization methods and sterile storage.
Jamill Chamberlain founder of Central Source SPD is a IAHCSMM Certified Instructor with more than 17 years of experience in the healthcare field in the realm of Sterile Processing and Surgical Technology, which allows Jamill to offer a unique perspective of teaching from two different aspects of surgery.
He has honed his skills in management and as a technician at level one Trauma facilities such as Jefferson Hospital, Cooper University Hospital, and Temple University Hospital. Mr Chamberlain years of experience offers a valuable dynamic to the course that prepares students for work in the healthcare environment.
The cost of the course is $1000
Payment Plan Information:
1st option $1000 Paid in full due on or before 1st day of class (orientation).
2nd option $500 the first day and $250 the following month and $250 again later
3rd option $250 the first day, $250 the next month $250 next month and $250 the final month.
The Textbook required for the course is listed below. They must be purchased by the student and are not included with the tuition costs.
Central Service Technical Manual 8th Edition Text Book (CRCST) Book is available for purchase at http://www.iahcsmm.org/education/publications.html
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