OCCUPATIONAL CERTIFICATE IN FACILITY ENGINEERING MAINTENANCE SERVICES
VAMED has developed and provided a training program in Facility Engineering Maintenance Services (FEMS) for technicians in South Africa. The program
has been accredited by the South African authorities as an “Occupational Certificate”. The first cohort of 14 participants began the program in April 2021.
VAMED provided training to 100 Imperial Hospital healthcare staff members from April 2018 to April 2019 in hospital hygiene, emergency care, hospital finance, and emergency gynecology and obstetrics.
TRAINING IN ELDORET/MAKINDU
VAMED provided training in April 2019 in Eldoret and Makindu in hospital hygiene and maternal and neonatal care, and emergency care. Further training was provided in October 2019 in the form of observerships at Universitätsklinikum Tulln.
TRIPOLI UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Since 1998, VAMED has provided training to circa 500 engineers from Tripoli University Hospital in biomedical equipment maintenance. Training took place in Milan (Italy), Tuebingen (Germany) and Vienna (Austria).
Since 2014, VAMED has trained healthcare staff in 3 university hospitals in Libreville in first aid/emergency care, oncological care/diagnosis and OP fields. VAMED has also trained healthcare staff in the areas of nursing, nursing assistance and midwifery since 2016 in 6 regional hospitals.
Since November 2019, VAMED is providing doctors from the National Center for Maternity and Children in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, observerships at the Vienna General Hospital (Austria) covering various topics in gynecology, pediatrics and neonatology. In addition, in-class training is being provided by experts from the Medical University of Vienna on topics such as morphology, biopsy, immunohistochemistry technology, hematology, oncology, microbiology, as well as practical user training of MRI, CT, interventional radiology and ultrasound devices.