One month might not seem like a long time, but one month away from your family, your job, and your home can mean missing out on a lot. Here at Tri-Imaging Solutions we understand that stepping away from your home and your commitments can be tough, which is why we are the only company in the industry that offers our biomed to imaging courses in just 2 weeks.


Tri-Imaging Solution’s biomed to imaging is a blended learning course, similar to today’s college courses. Our Hi Intensity Tri-Imaging Training (HITT) – reduces the gap between training and real-world service thereby “Empowering the Engineer.”

By combining online pre-course work, to be completed prior to your arrival at our training facility, with classroom and hands-on training with our equipment, we offer a top of the line training course in half the time and half the cost of the rest of the industry. This proven learning environment reduces time away from your own facility without compromising quality and effectiveness of the training. At Tri-Imaging we will reduce your training cost, reduce travel time and cost, and increase your efficiency of service.

John Drew, VP of Operations, works with students in the classroom.THE ESSENTIALS

Our BMET to Imaging (Phase 1-2) course serves as an introduction to working with X-rays. Students who complete this course will leave with the ability to be a productive first-call imaging technician familiar with all modalities, regulations, maintenance and basic troubleshooting capabilities.

Robert Bell, the Director of Education at Tri-Imaging Solutions, describes how classes are specifically designed with the engineer’s success in mind, “BMET to Imaging (Phase 1-2) has proven to be an amazing initial bridge into the imaging industry for our students. The style, pace, flexibility, and teaching methods are geared specifically towards ‘how the engineer learns’.”

Small class sizes allow students the ability to ask questions and spend one-on-one time with the instructors and the equipment.

Bell discusses the value a trained student can bring to their facility after completing the Phase 1-2 course:

Upon completion of Phase 1-2 students will have the capability to be highly effective first call imaging engineers, which allows for maintenance contracts to be modified to include first call. This is the first step towards contract freedom, greatly minimizes downtime considering you now have in-house staff trained, and will immediately impact ROI for the organization by reducing response time.

In order to accomplish this, we suggest that our students have a two-year electronics degree or equivalent industry experience to ensure they are sufficiently prepared to succeed in this course. To learn more about specific course objectives and areas of focus download our course syllabus.

Robert Bell, Director of Education, guiding student through hands-on training with the equipment.ADVANCING YOUR SKILLS

After a student has successfully completed our BMET to Imaging (Phase 1-2) course they are eligible to enroll in our BMET to Imaging (Phase 3-4) course in order to complete their full biomed to imaging program. Again, at Tri-Imaging we have combined and condensed these “phases” into a two-week course without compromising any content. This course is specifically designed to provide the necessary skills and knowledge to operate, service, maintain, provide troubleshooting, and calibration on today’s complex medical imaging systems.

Bell goes on to discuss the benefits of an engineer who chooses to continue their education with the Phase 3-4 course:

BMET to Imaging (Phase 3-4) will provide students with the capability to move past first call status, into the full-service aspects of the field. In turn, depending on the exact situation, this may allow employers to drop maintenance contracts completely. Students who had originally completed Phase 1-2 will gain from the pipeline aspect of how each course was developed if they choose to continue onto Phase 3-4. The learning styles and methods continue into Phase 3-4 to cover much more complex aspects of radiological service.

Students completing Phase 3-4 will be productive imaging engineers capable of performing duties associated with repair, maintenance, and calibration or advanced fluoroscopic imaging. To learn more about specific course objectives and areas of focus download our course syllabus.


One of our main goals at Tri-Imaging Solutions is to “Empower the Engineer” by providing them the skills and knowledge necessary to become a first-call technician. By offering each of our biomed to imaging courses in 2-week spans as opposed to the industry standard of 4-weeks, we provide engineers with the opportunity to return to work faster, without cutting any corners or leaving out necessary content.

Having spent 22 years in the Navy as a biomed, Bell knows just how unique the training program at Tri-Imaging Solutions is:

The ability to bring unique and effective education to the field, at half the cost of traditional learning centers, in half the time, it is truly unlike any other program in operation today. Upgrading of curriculum is constant in order to keep up with technological advancements, but at this time I know of no better program for both the engineer and employer to quickly product a fully capable imaging engineer in such a short period of time.

At Tri-Imaging we are accomplishing what no other company in the industry is, by offering our biomed to imaging courses in half the time and half the price of our competitors. The value obtained from these courses extends far beyond the reduced costs of tuition and travel/accommodations; having an engineer on staff who would allow the cancellation of maintenance contracts, by moving the work in-house, is invaluable.

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