CME Medical has been awarded the Skills for Health Quality Mark for its technical training programme, showing that its training programmes have met the superior training and learning standards expected by healthcare professionals.
The technical training programmes, led by CME Medical engineers, are designed to demonstrate how to use the company’s full range of infusion pumps. The main aim of the training modules is to provide participants with the fundamental analytical knowledge and techniques needed to service and repair CME Medical products. Training is offered if customers have purchased either syringe or volumetric pumps, with the option to carry out the training either in-house or within the CME Medical HQ.
This is the second time that CME Medical has achieved the Skills for Health Quality Mark, previously being awarded the mark for its device-user training programmes of learning. Combined with the RCN accreditation that CME Medical has obtained over the past five years across its product range, these awards ensure CME Medical are meeting the robust and systematic process for measuring the quality of training and learning provision.
John Carrington, managing director of CME Medical, commented: “We are delighted to be awarded this accolade for another aspect of our training programme. It’s very important that we give our customers absolute confidence in the quality and delivery of our training programmes. The Quality Mark has internal and external benefits, empowering our clinicians and engineers to provide excellent standards of training, as well as offering our customers a quality assured service.”