Trima Accel® Automated Blood Collection System Basic 5-Day Technical Training Course for Service/Repair

Summary

In this five-day course you will learn about basic apheresis technology and methodologies. This course covers the basic computer control operational theories, control circuit theory block diagrams, and basic machine theory of operation for the Trima Accel apheresis device. Component description and location, as well as removal and replacement topics, are presented. A significant emphasis is placed on learning the software tools to perform diagnostics and control device functions. Learning the requirements to perform preventive maintenance and calibrations are also a primary aspect of this course; therefore, it includes all Trima Accel-specific tools required to perform these actions. Upon completing this course you will be able to: •Load and unload a disposable set •Perform a saline run •Troubleshoot machine alarms during the run •Troubleshoot basic hardware failures and hardware alarms using service software •Perform preventive maintenance on the Trima Accel system Pre-requisites: Attendees must have a solid electrical/mechanical background with a strong knowledge of personal computers and the ability to navigate in a Microsoft Windows environment. An above-average knowledge of Microsoft Excel is required. Our instructors will NOT provide Microsoft Excel training. Attendees must bring a laptop computer to class with Windows XP installed, and possess administrator rights allowing them to install the service software; all other required tools will be provided.  Note that Windows 7 is also acceptable.

Details

  • When

  • Monday, December 4, 2017 - Friday, December 8, 2017
    8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Mountain Time

  • Where

  • TerumoBCT
    11158 W Collins Ave
    Lakewood, Colorado 80215
    1.877.339.4228 ext 5481

  • Capacity

  • 10 (10 remaining)

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