Central Sterile Supply
The Central Sterile Supply Technician Certificate Program is designed to introduce the primary responsibilities of a sterile processing technician including practical application of learned concepts and procedures. Experience instrument identification, preparation, storage, and distribution of supplies and equipment. Four-hundred clinical hours are required.
The full Central Sterile Supply Technician Certificate Program is available on the Logan Campus. The Boone/Lincoln, Williamson, and Wyoming/McDowell campuses offer the program support courses only. Anyone working in the Central Sterile Supply Department of a hospital and needing to take the certification exam to maintain their employment may take only AH 130, AH 135, and AH 160 All other students must take all the required courses in the program.