MEDDP-CT Medical Device Reprocessing Technician

Overview

  • Certificate program
  • 240-hour (six-week) clinical practicum
  • Available by classroom delivery, some courses are available by distance delivery
  • Available on a full-time basis

Description

Develop the knowledge and technical skills required for a career as a Medical Device Reprocessing Technician (MDR).

You will undertake both a theory and practical component related to the decontamination, cleaning, processing, assembly, sterilization, storage and distribution of medical devices and supplies within a health care setting.

As members of the health care team, MDRs play a vital role providing support to patient care services in hospitals and clinical settings. 

You must complete the program within 32 months. 

You must attend a Personal Health Information Act (PHIA) session prior to registering for the MDR-Clinical Practice. Please bring your Red River College student ID card to the session. 

2019-2020 Personal Health Information Act (PHIA) Session(s):

Date: Monday August 26, 2019
Time: 6:00PM-7:30PM
Location: E-101, Notre Dame Campus, Winnipeg
(free-of-charge)


Date: Monday March 9, 2020
Time: 6:00PM-7:30PM
Location: E-101, Notre Dame Campus, Winnipeg
(free-of-charge)


Note: Clinical practicum placements cannot be guaranteed as spaces are limited and available on a fluctuating basis. There may be a waiting period for practicum registrations and placements.


Immunizations and Testing

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