Studying for an Eastwood Park degree: Alison's experience
We deliver highly practical training for biomedical engineers relating to the safety, servicing and performance verification of a range of equipment including electro-cardiovascular, ventilation, anaesthesia and dental.
At its heart is our core 2-week biomedical equipment course which provides new entrants to the healthcare sector with a solid understanding of biomedical equipment principles, applications and maintenance procedures.
Theory learning is combined with hands-on practical experience in our medical equipment labs and fully functioning operating theatre.
|Biomedical equipment maintenance practice||EMBC||10 days|
|Servicing anaesthesia & ventilation equipment||SVAE||5 days|
|Safety testing of electrical medical equipment (IEC 60601-1 + 62353)||EMME||1 day|
|Maintaining Cardiovascular Equipment||CVE||3 days|
|Maintaining Infusion Devices, Foetal Monitors & Incubators||IFMI||3 days|
|Maintaining Theatre Equipment||MTE||3 days|
Eastwood Park, Falfield, was formerly the NHS national training centre for healthcare engineering and now, as an independent company, we are the leading provider of technical healthcare engineering training in the UK.
Medical Equipment trainers
Scott has over 30 years’ in the clinical engineering sector. A registered Clinical Scientist with the Health Care Professions Council, he has a PhD in medical device risk management and a background in engineering and science. He is currently an EBME manager with Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust and Managing Director/Lead Consultant for Health Tech Solutions Ltd.
As a seasoned dual professional incorporated engineer and educator. Mark brings modern teaching techniques and a wealth of technical and teaching expertise to lead and manage Eastwood Park’s medical equipment portfolio.
Prior to Eastwood Park, Mark completed a successful 24-year career within the armed forces delivering global EBME support in some of the most challenging and difficult environments. After leaving the armed forces and joining Eastwood Park in the decontamination department, Mark then progressed into further and higher technical education and training establishments before returning to Eastwood Park to lead the development of the brand-new medical equipment technologies education and training facilities.