- An associate’s degree in biomedical equipment technology engineering or electronics is a requirement for most medical equipment repairers.
- Attending schools for training in more complex equipment is often necessary but employers may supply this particularly equipment manufacturers.
- Ongoing education is vital for these specialists as biomedical equipment becomes more sophisticated.
- For some technicians military service provides an education in biomedical equipment technology.
What you study:
Whether through a university on-the-job learning or military training the course of study for biomedical equipment specialists typically includes:
- Mechanical engineering
- Electrical engineering
- Computer-aided design
- Human anatomy and physiology"
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