Our Surgical Technician/Sterile Processing (Dual program) prepares you for two national certifications! The Surgical Technician/Scrub Technician program will allow you to sit for Tech In Surgery, TS-C certification through NCCT accredited by NCCA and the Sterile Processing Technician will allow you to sit for the Certified Sterile Processing and Distribution Technician (CSPDT) through CBSPD and accredited by NCCA. We provide you high-quality training in the ever-growing and much needed Surgical Technician/Sterile Processing Tech profession. The programs are also offered as individual programs.
You’ll learn to combine the knowledge of human anatomy, surgical procedures, and technologies to become an invaluable member of a surgical team. You will gain a strong foundation in basic and support services, allowing you to understand and cope with various patient-focused events that occur in the operating room.
This program helps you achieve expertise in the theory and application of sterile and aseptic techniques. You will develop a stable temperament, patience, a good sense of responsibility, and a concern for the order that will enable you to perform optimally in high pressure and emergency situations. Throughout your program, you will gain a heightened awareness of patients’ and surgical teammates’ needs.
Secure the desired career as an entry-level Surgical Technician or Sterile Processing Technician, a critical component of any successful operating room team. Hospitals, surgical centers, and outpatient facilities have an increasing demand for these allied health professionals as they need to meet the needs of a growing and aging population. As a graduate of the Abundant Training Institute, you will be sufficiently prepared to pass the National Examination for Surgical Technicians, opening up even more doors of opportunity to further advance your healthcare career.
STEP 1: APPLICATION & DOCUMENTS
Applicants should complete the general program application. application fee currently waived through January 2020. All required supplemental documents may be found on our website and should be mailed/submitted in-person. Documents may either be submitted individually or together. All documents should be in prior to the scheduled interview date.
STEP 2: ENTRANCE EXAM
Applicants who are exempt from the entrance examination requirement or successfully pass the required portions of the entrance examination will be scheduled to begin the interview process. Applicants who are required to take one or both portions of the entrance examination will be scheduled to do so. Individuals who take and do not successfully pass the entrance exam will have their file reviewed to determine whether they can move forward to an interview (Step 3). Those who do not move forward will have to wait for six months to reapply to any program offered by The Institution.
STEP 3: INTERVIEW
A formal interview is required of all applicants as the last step in the admissions process.