Dialysis Seminars and Workshops
Looking for in-person seminars in dialysis equipment?
Our seminars are held at our Plymouth, MN, facility and range from one- to five-day programs, depending on the equipment covered.
*Seating is limited so contact us today to sign up.
Water System Components
AAMI Standards & FDA Guidance for Water Treatment Monitoring
RO Theory & Fundamentals: Cleaning & Disinfecting Issues
Hands-on Training in Servicing a Water Treatment System
Mar Cor’s online Water Solutions 12-course program contains valuable training and resource information about water for medical systems and provides 14 contact hour credits.
This program consists of training for your staff on hemodialysis water topics and offers support and information for everyday use. We enroll you and your staff into the Dialysis Water University Program for complete online water training while providing you access to reference materials and other water information-based sites.
Dialysis Water Solutionis designed to provide you and your team with an integrative approach to the issues you face. For starters, there is a Web-link Library to access organizations and government agencies, nephrology resources, patient resources and water standards. There is a Regulations and Guidelines tab to help you and your team better understand what is required.
Since greater emphasis is being placed upon training, the Water Training tab offers you the opportunity to receive current water treatment training online. These courses are offered for various skill sets and provide approved contact hours.
Mar Cor has a full range of field classes available to be conveniently held at your location. These classes range from a half-day comprehensive clinical in-service to 3-day technical training courses, entailing a combination of classroom and hands-on* training.
Specific class content can also be adapted to customer/class skill levels. Additional material covering pretreatment, PSDS/MCB solution delivery equipment, is also available.
*Note: The in-depth, hands-on portion of training cannot be conducted in a clinic with patients present.