Medical Equipment Networking Level 3
This course covers a useful insight into networking of medical equipment by providing essential underpinning knowledge surrounding networks and the practical experience of networking a medical device.
Who Should Attend:
The course provides an excellent grounding for medical engineering staff involved with the servicing and maintenance of networkable medical devices.
It would be advantageous for learners to have a sound knowledge of Electronic Engineering or qualifications in a related engineering role. The minimum age for entry onto the course is 19 years old.
To provide learners with the essential knowledge and practical skills needed in order to disconnect a medical device from a network and to join the medical device to the network once the appropriate repairs or servicing has been completed.
On conclusion of the course the learners will be able to:
- Introduction to Local Area Networks (LAN`s)
- Install and terminate various cable types (straight through vs crossover)
- Introduction to TCP/IP – Comparing and contrasting ports and protocols
- IP address Schemes (IPV4 and IPV6)
- Configuring network Services – IP, DHCP, DNS
- Explain basics of routing concepts
- Given a scenario, implement a basic LAN/wireless network
- Troubleshooting – Given a scenario, implement a network troubleshooting methodology
On successful completion of the course learners will gain an Open College Network West Midlands Level 3 award in Medical Equipment Networking.
Learners should consider enrolling on one of our 3-day equipment specific programmes to provide further focus on particular medical equipment.
Learners should also consider enrolling on the Level 5 Diploma in Medical Equipment Technologies.