What is sterile processing?
Sterile processing is the process of cleaning medical supplies and preparing them to be used again. First, tools are disassembled , cleaned, and disinfected using both manual and mechanical techniques. Once a piece of medical equipment is completely cleaned and disinfected, it will be sterilized and packaged for reuse.
Sterile processing technicians are responsible for a variety of background functions that are extremely essential in keeping doctors and patients safe. You will take care of washing , sterilizing, cooling, assembling , packaging, storing, and delivering both surgical and procedural instruments to hospitals and clinics.
Are Sterile Processing Techs in demand?
They are in demand everywhere, but people who work in this field may find that California offers salaries that are particularly attractive. Diversity career college vocational school is currently accepting registration for the Sterile Processing Technician program for the August 2021 schedule.
There will be assessment meeting TBD at the school.
Registration thru Online: Date TBD
Assessment Meeting in person (mandatory): Date TBD
Class will be held at Room 29
This 13-week course runs from March 9 th – June 2nd.
Class days are Thursdays/Fridays from 3-9 PM.
What to Expect
Registration Fee (non-refundable): $150.
Tuition/Deposit: $2500 – half (or full) payment of class tuition needed to secure
spot in the course. Due at registration.
Questions? Please call (707) 384-0184 for more information.
Please call the school at 408-612-8170 or email at email@example.com
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 10 weeks
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes