Sounds good. I would like to read through the more in-depth syllabi. I really want to make our program fit for multiple venues as you are doing. How has your enrollment been? If I might ask.
I have been told that we have a good group that are entered into the program but I may not have any this semester actually in the Biomed Class. That would suck but knowing they will be coming is good.
I graduated 3 out this fall and have a fourth being done in the Spring. The fifth person is already working for us. He was a roll of the dice. He is working out great doing very well.
At this point I have two others being hired with our hospital or a competitor which I am fine with. So of the five 3 are employed or going to be shortly. We will have one more to get in if we can. I see it as a successful first class!
Joseph Deater CBET AAS
Healthcare Technologies Management
Northwestern Michigan College
Biomedical Eng. Technologies Instructor
Traverse City, Michigan
Yes the numbers need to increase from all of us. This was only my second semester teaching the Biomed class so we are still in our infancy and getting the word out about the program. I have gotten General Networking to be included in the program. I know it isn't ideal for medical networking but it is a start and better than none.
Again being new to instructing, I am a CBET also for over 20 years and still working that full time. I am kind of out there on my own for what we do. The school really doesn't have any idea either so I am having to educate everyone about what biomed is.
Any input is welcome, thank you Alberto,
That's funny. I like it.