TRAINING AND EDUCATION CREATES AN ADDITIONAL LAYER OF PERFORMANCE

Our world-class Training Academies located in Europe and across the globe provide off-site and on-site training for clinicians, biomedical engineers and technologists, allowing you to use your equipment to its fullest potential.

Despite our guaranteed response times, we believe better trained in-house staff can be a vital part of your efficiency.

Everything about our clinical engineer training course was excellent: our trainer, the facilities, and the training materials. There was nothing more I could have wanted.


Clinical training
Making sure your systems deliver from day one is an important part of our relationship. Whether you need on-site or offsite training, we can provide options that work best for you. Experienced clinical application specialists will help you and your team to maximize the potential your diagnostic imaging equipment has to offer.

Technical training
Service training courses with the same methodology as those our own engineers go through, prepare your biomedical engineers to properly maintain your diagnostic imaging systems. Hands-on sessions deliver up-to-date information on new techniques and best practices to your technologists.

Supporting continuing education
As we work at the forefront of advancing medical imaging technology, we fully understand the importance of Continuing Medical Education and – as part of our life-long partnership promise – we frequently organize and sponsor seminars through our local and international training academies as well as though professional medical associations.

Courses

7th Baltic congress of Radiology

4 – 6 October, Kaunas (Lithuania)

In cooperation with Canon Medical Systems Europe, BCR invites you to attend ‘The school of contract enhanced Ultrasound (CEUS)’. Please click here to register.

Advanced course in fetal cardiology

29 – 30 November, 2018

This course is intended for all those involved in ultrasound scanning of the fetal heart and is suitable for sonographers, obstetricians, radiologists and cardiologists. The content will be delivered by the experienced fetal cardiology Faculty from the Evelina London Children’s Hospital and Kings College Hospital London.

Neuro workshop

21 – 22 March, 2019

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