Medical Equipment Technician

Prepare for a Career as a Medical Equipment Technician

Modern health care requires advanced medical equipment to provide patients with high quality care and treatments. And that equipment relies on well-trained technicians! If you want to enter the multi-trillion-dollar healthcare industry but are more comfortable around technology than patients, a career as a Medical Equipment Technician may be the choice for you. Contact Charter Career Academy about our comprehensive career training programs.

Medical Equipment Technician Program Outcomes

Upon completion of this career training program, you’ll be able to:

  • Perform installation and calibration of common medical equipment in healthcare facilities
  • Understand how often equipment needs maintenance and how these tasks are done
  • Perform repairs to equipment as needed
  • Troubleshoot healthcare networks and applications

Program Length

  • 6-9 weeks

Delivery Method

  • 100% Online

Medical Equipment Technician Program Curriculum Information

The Medical Equipment Technician Career Training Program provides you with the technical skills needed to perform the responsibilities of an entry-level medical equipment technician. The program will teach you how to install and calibrate medical equipment, keep records of maintenance and repairs, and manage replacement of equipment.


  • Introduction to Anatomy, Physiology, and Healthcare Terminology
  • Medical Devices as Related to Patient Care
  • Safety in Healthcare
  • Fundamentals of Electricity and Electronics
  • Reasoning and Problem Solving
  • Healthcare Information Technology

Delivery Method

Online learning gives you the flexibility to balance your classwork with family, work, and other commitments.

Program Cost

Program Cost – $999

Job Outlook

Over the next decade


growth in Medical Equipment
Technician employment 1


Median hourly PAY

Prepare for Entry-Level Medical Equipment Technician Careers

This program helps prepare you to conduct the duties of an entry-level Medical Equipment Technician. You can search for employment opportunities in healthcare settings such as hospitals, clinics, and medical centers.

Medical Equipment Technician Certification Exam

The Medical Equipment Technician training program prepares you to take the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) national Certified Associate in Biomedical Technology (CABT) certification exam.

1 Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Accessed December 2023.

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