College of Biomedical Equipment Technology

College of Biomedical Equipment Technology The College of Biomedical Equipment Technology’s (CBET) mission is to provide Healthcare Technology Management (HTM) education, training and career services consistent with the evolving needs of employers in the healthcare industry.

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10/14/2021
College of Biomedical Equipment Technology

This course is designed to help service professionals understand how compliance certification works from DNV standards. Attendees will have the opportunity to see if they are interested in taking the CHOP B to become certified. This certification will enable service professionals to have CHOP behind their name once passing the exam. Once they receive this information, they will have the opportunity to take the CHOP class and exam to become certified at a later date. In Las Vegas at the #MDExpo Monday November 1, 11:30a.m.-12:30p.m. Don't miss it! We'll be in Booth#120

The College of Biomedical Equipment Technology’s (CBET) mission is to provide Healthcare Technology Management (HTM) education, training and career services consistent with the evolving needs of employers in the healthcare industry.

We are going to be at MDExpo Las Vegas in Booth #120! #MDExpo
10/12/2021

We are going to be at MDExpo Las Vegas in Booth #120!
#MDExpo

We are going to be at MDExpo Las Vegas in Booth #120!
#MDExpo

Keynote Address: Duty, Honor, Country: Sgt. Sammy L. Davis, A true American hero, Sgt. Sammy Lee Davis earned the Medal ...
10/11/2021

Keynote Address: Duty, Honor, Country: Sgt. Sammy L. Davis,
A true American hero, Sgt. Sammy Lee Davis earned the Medal of Honor for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty during an all-night firefight during the Vietnam War. The Congressional Medal of Honor is the nation’s highest military honor, awarded for risk of life in combat beyond the call of duty. Davis will share his story, one which inspired the Vietnam scenes from the movie “Forrest Gump,” during the address. He stresses that “you don’t lose until you quit trying.” Davis will open the floor to questions from the audience following his address. Attendees and exhibitors are invited to hear this inspirational message of bravery and courage.
Presenting At #MDExpo Monday November 1, 2-3p.m.

Keynote Address: Duty, Honor, Country: Sgt. Sammy L. Davis,
A true American hero, Sgt. Sammy Lee Davis earned the Medal of Honor for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty during an all-night firefight during the Vietnam War. The Congressional Medal of Honor is the nation’s highest military honor, awarded for risk of life in combat beyond the call of duty. Davis will share his story, one which inspired the Vietnam scenes from the movie “Forrest Gump,” during the address. He stresses that “you don’t lose until you quit trying.” Davis will open the floor to questions from the audience following his address. Attendees and exhibitors are invited to hear this inspirational message of bravery and courage.
Presenting At #MDExpo Monday November 1, 2-3p.m.

Looking forward to this event, our very own Bill Bassuk will be talking about the DNV! 😁🇺🇸
10/07/2021

Looking forward to this event, our very own Bill Bassuk will be talking about the DNV! 😁🇺🇸

Bill Bassuk from College of Biomedical Equipment Technology will be presenting at MD Expo Las Vegas!

Bill's presentation is designed to help service professionals understand how compliance certification works from DNV standards.

Register to attend #MDExpo here: mdexposhow.com/register

A true American Hero, Sgt. Sammy L. Davis earned the Medal of Honor for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action ...
10/06/2021

A true American Hero, Sgt. Sammy L. Davis earned the Medal of Honor for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty during the Vietnam War. MIS and CBET is proud to be sponsoring him as the Keynote Speaker at the November MDExpo.

MDEXPO in Las Vegas! On November 1-2. Come see us at BOOTH #120 We have New Great  Innovations Coming!! #CBET cbet.edu
10/05/2021
Online Biomedical Technology School

MDEXPO in Las Vegas! On November 1-2. Come see us at BOOTH #120 We have New Great Innovations Coming!!
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The College Of Biomedical Equipment Technology offers Online Biomedical Training. Visit our website to get more information and apply today!

Colorado Axe Throwing😜 Hitting the Bullseye! Team building #greatteam #hittingthetarget #breckenridgecolorado
10/04/2021

Colorado Axe Throwing😜 Hitting the Bullseye! Team building #greatteam #hittingthetarget #breckenridgecolorado

Team Building in  beautiful Breckenridge Colorado. Working hard, playing hard!  Happy Fall!🍁🍂
10/01/2021

Team Building in beautiful Breckenridge Colorado. Working hard, playing hard! Happy Fall!🍁🍂

Announcing 3 New stand alone courses also part of the Associates Degree Program.  Compliance & Safety, Infection Control...
09/28/2021
Online Biomedical Technology School

Announcing 3 New stand alone courses also part of the Associates Degree Program. Compliance & Safety, Infection Control & Basic X-Ray Learn more call us at 844-879-9043 visit us at www.cbet.edu

The College Of Biomedical Equipment Technology offers Online Biomedical Training. Visit our website to get more information and apply today!

TechNation See our Ad! Announcing 3 New Courses
09/28/2021
TechNation Magazine September 2021

TechNation See our Ad! Announcing 3 New Courses

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09/17/2021

Cannot wait for Las Vegas!

Job opportunities! HTM Jobs!
09/17/2021

Job opportunities! HTM Jobs!

It's #FindAJobFriday and we are here to help make your search a little easier!

Check out this new opportunity at UnityPoint Health, based in Iowa!

Learn more at htmjobs.com

Happy Friday! Have a great weekend😁
09/17/2021

Happy Friday! Have a great weekend😁

Happy Friday! Have a great weekend😁

9/11.  20 Years. Patriot Day. Never Forget.
09/11/2021

9/11. 20 Years. Patriot Day. Never Forget.

9/11. 20 Years. Patriot Day. Never Forget.

Upcoming classes! BMET AAS Degree and BMET Certificate. Deadline is September 13th. Classes start September 20th, Regist...
09/11/2021

Upcoming classes! BMET AAS Degree and BMET Certificate. Deadline is September 13th. Classes start September 20th, Register Today!! Check out and see what new classes we have available. CBET.EDU or call us at (844)879-9043

Upcoming classes! BMET AAS Degree and BMET Certificate. Deadline is September 13th. Classes start September 20th, Register Today!! Check out and see what new classes we have available. CBET.EDU or call us at (844)879-9043

Another great opportunity to network and learn.
09/10/2021
MEETINGS

Another great opportunity to network and learn.

Ultrasound 101 Thursday, September 16, 2021 Presented by Avante Health Solutions Register using the links below 11:30am-12:30pm 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Happy Labor Day!
09/05/2021

Happy Labor Day!

Happy Labor Day!

Get started in your BMET career or advance your HTM career to the next level! Register Deadline is September 13th Regist...
08/31/2021
Online Biomedical Technology School

Get started in your BMET career or advance your HTM career to the next level! Register Deadline is September 13th Register Now!
visit us at CBET.EDU
Call us at 844-879-9043

The College Of Biomedical Equipment Technology offers Online Biomedical Training. Visit our website to get more information and apply today!

PaYs Program :Honoring Women’s Equality Daywith LTG Maria R. Gervais
08/26/2021

PaYs Program :Honoring Women’s Equality Day
with LTG Maria R. Gervais

Women’s Equality Day: An Interview with LTG Maria R. Gervais
by: Antonio Johnson - PaYS Program Manager

In honor of Women’s Equality Day, we sat down with the TRADOC Deputy Commanding General, LTG Maria R. Gervais, to hear about her thoughts on women’s equality, how the Army has changed since she joined and her advice to young women starting their careers. Here is what she had to say:

What does Women’s Equality Day mean to you?
Women’s Equality Day is a day of reflection; a day to celebrate a woman’s right to vote; to acknowledge the opportunities that now exist for women in our country and our Army; and a day which brings to the forefront of just how thankful I am to be a woman in this great Nation of ours.
August 26, 1920 was a significant day in, not only our Nation's history, but was extremely important for women in particular as this was the day the 19th Amendment to the Constitution was signed into law giving women the right to vote. This amendment did more than just give women the right to vote, it set the stage for change to take place in America. You see, as a youngster growing up, I could never imagine:
• Not being able to obtain an education or go to college
• Not being able to play high school and college sports
• Being "pegged" into a certain career field simply because I was a woman and the work was considered a “woman’s work”
• Not being able to pursue my dreams
• Being viewed as someone to be seen but not heard, and for my talents, capabilities, and ability to be a leader or a member of a team to not be recognized because I was a woman, and not considered equal
The reason I am unable to fathom any of these things is because of people who fought for change, and who convinced America in 1920 that it was the right thing to do - to ratify the 19th Amendment and give women an equal role in America. It was a century long struggle women endured in this country, all for the right to vote, to have their voices heard, and to be treated equal as citizens of this great country of ours.
I would ask that you think about the Personal Courage these women, and some men, demonstrated when they stood up against the majority in this country and advocated for a woman’s right to vote and for her voice to be heard. Think about the perseverance, the sacrifices, and the determination these women had, but more importantly, think about the vision and leadership these women had for our country - equality for all, and the power of participation, no matter what your gender, race, or ethnicity. The idea of women voting was so unpopular that the fight took more than a hundred years. Women who tried to vote were arrested, and those who marched for their rights were attacked. Still, people fought for equality and fairness. They were very brave, and I couldn’t have enjoyed the career I have today without them and many other pioneers since then.

How have you made strides to break the glass ceiling?
First, I’ve been extremely blessed throughout my career to have served with incredibly talented people at all levels and of all ranks. I would not be where I am today, or be the leader, Officer, Soldier, and person I am, if it wasn’t for the mentorship and support of all my teammates. Strides made in breaking the glass ceiling are a direct result of opportunities being provided on an equal basis to all who are qualified regardless of their gender, ethnicity, religious beliefs, or color of skin. I was afforded the opportunity to serve as the first female of the HHC, 101st Airborne Division (AASLT); first female to serve as the Commander of US Army Environmental Command; first female and non-combat arms officer to serve as the Deputy Commanding General of Combined Arms Center-Training (CAC-T); the only female Cross Functional Team Director; and now the first female DCG of TRADOC. In my assessment, these opportunities were offered because I was the best qualified for the position. Finally, these opportunities are an acknowledgement that both men and women are capable of achieving - given the opportunity.
Who has inspired you professionally?
There have been so many leaders, Soldiers, and Civilians who have inspired me professionally. These leaders and Soldiers were passionate about being part of a team, who not only focused on the mission but went the extra mile to make everyone around them better, and would recognize the potential in me long before I ever realized it - and then they challenged and developed this potential in me. Simply put, they appreciated that our Army is People, and focused on the person.
I consider myself extremely blessed and thankful to be an American and to have been given the opportunity to succeed…to be judged by my character, my commitment, and my competency to my chosen profession, the Profession of Arms, and I am so thankful to my mother for her advice and the wisdom she passed on to me.
• You see, my mother was an incredible woman - high school educated, and she dedicated her life to supporting my father who served for 26 years, and raising us 9 kids.
• I was the 7th of 9 kids, and as you might imagine, we really didn’t have very much. But my mother was very fond of telling me that the “only person who could stop me from achieving my goals and dreams was me, and me alone.”
I often reflect on my mom, her words of encouragement and her unwavering support, and I now know that she would have never been able to tell me or support me the way she did, if we didn’t have the 19th amendment.
What have you done to help other women advance in their careers?
First, every day I strive to serve as a role model for both women and men, but particularly for women. Secondly, I ensured I was approachable and focused on sharing my knowledge and experience with both women and men. Responsibility to sustain our Profession of Arms is our duty. My legacy will not be based on what I’ve done for the Army but how I assisted in preparing our young officers/Soldiers and Civilians to sustain our profession. Structured mentorship where women can learn from each other is critical to developing and sustaining women leaders in our Army. I consider mentoring and coaching critical components of assisting women to advance their careers. As a young officer, I never quite understood how to think about my career progression from the perspective of key jobs, timing, and impact of decisions (both personal and professional) on a career path progression timeline. Therefore, I take every opportunity to talk to young women about career progression; how to better prepare themselves for the next level; and how to think through approaches to handle adversity.
How has women’s positions in the workforce changed since you started your career?
When I started my career in 1988, very few combat arms positions were open to women. There were women in the Field Artillery, but these positions were in the strategic nuclear formations. Women were not allowed to attend Ranger School and there had never been a female 4-Star General. During Desert Shield / Desert Storm, female Soldiers were not allowed to serve with “front line” units. However, due to the outstanding performance by women in Desert Shield/Storm, combat arms positions began to open to women. Approximately 40,000 women deployed in support of Operation Desert Shield / Desert Storm and more than 280,000 women have risked their lives to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan. In 2015, the combat exclusion rule was lifted which opened combat arms positions, such as infantry, Armor, and Special Operations positions, to women. Women are now integrated into infantry squads and platoons; are leading and part of tank and Bradley crews; and have graduated from Ranger School.
We have also seen women receive some of the highest honors for actions in combat and ascend to the highest rank. In 2005, SGT Leigh Ann Hester, a Kentucky National Guard Soldier became the first woman to be awarded the Silver Star since World War II. In 2008, Ann E. Dunwoody became the first 4-Star General officer. This month LTG Laura Richardson was confirmed for promotion to 4-Star and will serve as the SOUTHCOM Commander, and Christina Wormuth is serving as our first ever Secretary of the Army.
I would say we’ve come a long way since I joined the Army in 1988 and would offer that we still have a long way to go, not just in the Army but in our country. We must continue to strive to provide women across the world with equal opportunities in terms of education and employment, and we must continue to fight against suppression and violence towards women along with the discrimination and stereotyping that occurs every day in society.
What advice would you give young women starting their careers?
The advice I would give young women starting their careers is the following:
• Be passionate and committed to doing the very best job in whatever you’ve been asked to do for your unit and organization.
• Focus on the job you are in - not the one you wish you had gotten or the next job.
• Be a team player.
• Learn and grow in each and every opportunity you’ve been given.
• Strive to leave your unit/organization better, along with making all those around you successful.
• Seek out mentorship - you don’t need to figure this out all on your own. There are people and leaders who will bend over backwards to help you be successful, you just need to be receptive to the constructive feedback.
• You are going to have setbacks and failures. Learn from your mistakes. How you respond (learn and grow versus disengaging / bad attitude) is more important than the actual mistake.
• Never take anything personal or make it personal. Once that happens, objectivity is lost in the process

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