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Biomedical X-Ray Service Technician - Certificate

Ready to take your biomedical electronics technician (BMET) career to the next level? Are you a radiographer interested in moving into medical equipment repair roles? Are you experienced in electro-mechanical equipment repair and interested in working in a healthcare environment? 

With the new X-Ray Service Technician program, you can prepare for field service positions and equipment management in medical imaging in just one year! And that’s a good thing – because individuals with imaging equipment repair and maintenance skills are in high demand locally and across the country. 

Program Code: 116051 New at NWTC
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About the Program 

Designed for working adults, X-Ray Service Technician will offer classes in the afternoons, evenings, and weekends on the Green Bay campus.  

Students will learn safety requirements for maintaining and repairing X-Ray imaging equipment. In addition, students will learn how to: 

  • Install and service imaging equipment.  
  • Read an X-Ray 
  • Diagnose the root cause for poor image quality 
  • Measure the X-Ray tube performance.  

This is an advanced technical certificate (ATC) intended for those who are: 

  • Currently working in medical equipment repair or radiography. 
  • Biomedical Electronics Technology associate degree graduates. 
  • Radiography associate degree graduates.  

More information coming soon! 

The X-Ray Service Technician advanced technical certificate is scheduled to start in January 2023.  

Interested in applying to the program? Have questions? Contact start@nwtc.edu!

Randy Griswold

Medical Imaging Executive and NWTC Adjunct Instructor
Look at how much technology is in a hospital – technology is a great part of the medical field. There is a large need for talent to keep the machines running. When people get into these roles, they fall in love.