"What is a day like for a Central Service Technician?"
Here is a video to help explain the insider of a Central Service Technician:
"What is required to take this course?"
Students must have a valid high school diploma or GED equivalent.
"What is the tuition cost?"
The cost of the registration is $160.00 USD, which is a fee that covers your textbooks and placement within the class. Students are required to finance the full tuition cost which is $975.00 USD. Payment options are available to students who are unable to pay upfront. With these payment options, students must follow an agreed set payment schedule to continue in the course.
"What is a hybrid course?"
A hybrid course allows for students to meet with their instructor via webinars & the ability to meet with their instructor in-person. A majority of the lectures will be given through an online instruction. The other portion of the class meetings will have hands-on activities & exams during physical meetings.
"What if I need tutoring?"
Tutoring is available to students who absolutely require it and need more of a 1-on-1 instruction to further explanations, answer questions, and to aid students in successfully achieving their certification. Those who seek to inquire about tutoring should speak with the instructor in private.
"Where will physical classes be given?"
Class locations are typically varied due to location availability and will be determined before the start of course meetings.
"How will this program help me further my career?"
In order to take your certification exam, you are required to take a training course. This course teaches you and aids in skills to help you prepare to take the exam with online lectures and hands-on instrumentation. You will obtain the skills required to pass the certification and the understanding of instrument assembly. With the wide network that we have with central service colleagues, we are able to market our alumni's who have fulfilled their 400 hour requirement and passed the certification exam given by IAHCSMM.