Training For Bio-Engineers

At a Glance

At Fuji, we believe that a well-trained, knowledgeable staff is pivotal to the long-term success of any PACS or digital x-ray implementation. That's why Fuji offers a variety of training solutions both at The Stamford Learning Institute, located at Fuji's headquarters in Stamford, Conn., as well as on-site and regionally.

Registration:
Registration is simple. Find the course that you would like to take by browsing the course descriptions and use the registration form to send in your information. It's that easy.

IMPORTANT: All Non Fuji students are required to acknowledge that they have read the "Distributor / Customer Service Training Agreement" and agree to all its terms and conditions.


Prerequisites:
All Service Training courses require a Laptop computer with the following specifications.(This does not apply to the Professional Services classes)

  • Microsoft Windows 2000 or XP for Drypix classes
  • Web browser installed
  • Access to install software
  • Accessories: CD Rom drive and Floppy drive

Classroom Policies:

  • No audible equipment is allowed in the classroom (Cell Phones/Pagers). If these items are required, the audible alert must be deactivated.
  • No recording devices allowed.
  • Laptop computers are used for classroom purposes only.

Students not adhering to these policies will be asked to leave the class.

Course Confirmation and Cancellation:
A confirmation letter will be sent out approximately three weeks prior to the start date of the course. Unless a confirmation letter has been sent to you, your registration is not final. Please inform Fuji of any cancellations at least two weeks prior to the start date of the course. Your enrollment fee will be refunded or you may reschedule for an alternate date. Refunds will not be issued in cases of cancellation within the two weeks prior to the start date of the course.

Disclaimer: Fuji reserves the right to cancel any course two weeks in advance. All schedules and fees are subject to change.

Professional Services Training Course Descriptions

CARBON
Course #: XCBNTRAINM
CEU's 2.6

(Prerequisite: Intro to Medical Imaging 101)

This course provides an overview of the Fuji FCR Carbon. Topics include: Machine Description, Software Control, Installation, Flash IIP Console Configuration, Image Plate Handling, Patient Registration, Image Data Flow, Client-PC Software, Hands-On Subassembly Removal & Reinstallation, Parts Replacement, Calibration, Troubleshooting and Preventive Maintenance. (Classroom Lecture/PowerPoint and Lab, Written Test)


CR Champion (Advanced Digital X-Ray)
Course #: NSL-STMFD-CRCHAMP
CEU's 23.5

This course is designed to train Fuji CR users to become "Super Users" and provide them the information and tools to be on-site experts. This focused off-site training offers benefits beyond our customer on-site offerings by providing a focused learning environment with uninterrupted access to the complete line of Fuji CR products, Fuji printers and Synapse PACS.
The curriculum incorporates many didactic sessions supported by hands-on clinical sessions using operational X-ray equipment and phantoms. Students will learn all aspects of CR imaging, from image capture to image processing and display. A complete day is dedicated to the QA process for image capture and display. Advanced user options, such as security settings and image stitching are taught as well as site accessible User Utility equipment functions. The student must have at least 3 months experience with CR products. (Classroom Lecture/PowerPoint and Lab, Written Test). Stamford Learning Institute Education Programs provided by Professional Services.


CR Mammography
Course #: XMAMTRAINM
CEU's 3.0

(Prerequisite: DryPix 5000/7000, Clear View CSM Reader Unit, and Flash IIP)

This course is intended to train attendees the Theory of Operation, Installation, Programming, Adjustments, Alignments, Calibration, and Troubleshooting procedures required for supporting the Mammography Systems.
Equipment and practices covered include the ClearView CSm Reader Unit, The Mammo-Viewer mammography QA Console, the DryPix 7000 / FM-DPL and related mammography upgrade kits, and Mammography X-Ray machine and MQSA compliance testing. (Classroom Lecture/PowerPoint and Lab, Written Test)


FDR D-EVO
Course #: DEVOTRAINM
CEU's 1.6

(Prerequisite: Medical Imaging 101, Carbon, and Flash IIP)

The purpose of this course is to provide working knowledge geared toward installation, configuration, calibration, troubleshooting and maintenance of the D-EVO and the various peripheral components associated with it. The course curriculum will also provide details for setup of the Interface Box and FDX Console settings required to connect to D-EVO.


DryPix 2000
Course #: WDRY2KTRAINM
CEU's 2.4

(Prerequisite: Intro to Medical Imaging 101)

This course introduces Fuji's newest addition to the DryPix family and provides an overview of the DryPix 2000. Topics include Equipment Installation, Film Handing and Transport, Equipment Service, Preventative Maintenance, Equipment Operation and Network Printing. (Classroom Lecture/PowerPoint and Lab, Written Test)


DryPix 4000/5000/7000
Course #: WDRY57KTRAINM
CEU's 3.0

(Prerequisite: Intro to Medical Imaging 101)

This course introduces Fuji's newest additions to the DryPix family. In this course we will explore the following topics of Fuji's fastest dry laser imagers: Equipment Installation, Film Handing and Transport, Equipment Service, Preventative Maintenance, Equipment Operation, Film Sorting and Network Printing. (Classroom Lecture/PowerPoint and Lab, Written Test)


FCR GO-2
Course #: XFCRGO2TRAINM
CEU's 3.0

(Prerequisite: Carbon and Flash IIP)

The FCR Go class is designed to provide a system level approach to Mobile X-Ray. Beginning with a overview of the system architecture and trains the engineer to installation and setup of a mobile X-Ray System Laboratory work entails complete system adjustments, alignments, and calibration of a Mono X-ray Tube ( KV and MAS ). Fault isolation to the Field Replaceable Unit along with battery removal and preventive maintenance procedures are also covered. Interface to the hospital network is covered through service documentation. (Classroom Lecture/PowerPoint and Lab, Written Test)


FDR VELOCITY U/T
Course #: XVSTYTRAINM
CEU's 3.2

(Prerequisite: Intro to Medical Imaging 101)

This course is designed to provide the student working knowledge surrounding theory of operation, installation, configuration, adjustments, alignments, calibration, maintenance, and troubleshooting of the FDR Velocity product line. (Classroom Lecture/PowerPoint and Lab, Written Test)


Flash IIP/Console
Course #: XIIPTRAINM
CEU's 3.0

(Prerequisite: Intro to Medical Imaging 101, Windows OS and Networking experience)

An intensive portion of the course will provide an in-depth view of Networking and DICOM as they pertain to the Flash IIP Console. Hands-on sessions include: Software Installation, Troubleshooting and Network Configuration for DICOM Print, CRStorage and Modality Worklist. This class is designed to be taken in conjunction with XG5000/ClearView CS/SmartCR. This is an advanced class designed for students who will be installing and fully supporting this product. (Classroom Lecture/PowerPoint and Lab, Written Test)


Intro to Medical Imaging 101
Course #: MI101TRAINM
CEU's 1.2

The intent of this course is to provide students with an introduction to the various facets of medical imaging technology. Topics include: The history and theory behind computed radiography and basic X-Ray fundamentals. This course is considered introductory and is a prerequisite for all CR, X-Ray and Print equipment courses. (Classroom Lecture/PowerPoint, Written Test)


Speed Suite
Course #: SPSUTRAINM
CEU's 3.2

(Prerequisite: Intro to Medical Imaging 101)

This course is designed to provide the student working knowledge surrounding installation, configuration, calibration, troubleshooting and maintenance of the FDR Velocity Speed Suite and the various peripheral components associated with it. (Classroom Lecture/PowerPoint and Lab, Written Test)


Unity and Unity Speed Suite - CR-IR 371
Course #: UNITYTRAINM
CEU's 6.5

(Prerequisite: FDR Velocity)

The purpose of this course is to provide working knowledge geared toward Installation, Configuration, Calibration, Troubleshooting and Maintenance of the Unity and the various generators associated with it. The course curriculum will also provide details for setup of X-Ray Control (XCON/SpeedLink) as it relates to the Unity device, Sedecal HF series generators and the CR Console. (Classroom Lecture/PowerPoint and Lab, Written Test)


XG5000/ClearView CS/Smart CR
Course #: XSECRTRAINM
CEU's 3.0

(Prerequisite: Intro to Medical Imaging 101)

This course provides an overview of the SmartCR, XG5000 and the ClearView CS. Topics include: Machine Description, Software Control, Installation, Flash IIP Console Configuration, Image Plate Handling, Patient Registration, Image Data Flow, Client-PC Software, Hands-On Subassembly Removal & Reinstallation, Parts Replacement, Calibration, Troubleshooting and Preventive Maintenance. (Classroom Lecture/PowerPoint and Lab, Written Test)


XL/XC Dealer Training
Course #: XXLXCTRAINM
CEU's 6.6

(Prerequisite: FCR XL/XC Systems Pre-Test and Intro to Medical Imaging 101)

Week one of this 2 week course provides an overview of the Fuji FCR XL and XC Reader Units. Topics include: Machine Description, Software Control, Installation, Flash IIP Console Configuration, Image Plate Handling, Patient Registration, Image Data Flow, Client-PC Software, Hands-On Subassembly Removal & Reinstallation, Parts Replacement, Calibration, Troubleshooting and Preventive Maintenance. (Classroom Lecture/PowerPoint and Lab, Written Test)
Week 2 provides an in-depth view of Networking and DICOM as they pertain to the Flash IIP Console. Hands-on sessions include: Software Installation, Troubleshooting and Network Configuration for DICOM Print, CRStorage and Modality Worklist. A 2 day Applications Session provided by Professional Services is also included in the curriculum. This is an advanced class designed for students who will be installing and fully supporting this product. (Classroom Lecture/PowerPoint and Lab, Written Test)


X-Ray Intermediate Training
Course #: XRAYTRAINM
CEU's 3.2

(Prerequisite: Intro to Medical Imaging 101)

This course is designed to teach the student with basic x-ray understanding the skills necessary to provide a solid foundation for servicing diagnostic x-ray imaging systems. This training package provides significant coverage of different x-ray imaging systems used in a typical radiology department. Students will learn to identify equipment deployed in a radiology department and define its usage. Students will be able to define radiation safety variables, factors that affect radiographic images and how x-rays are produced and controlled. This is a survey course intended to give the student a global understanding of several integral topics.

Distributor/Customer Service Training Agreement
  • All information (including but not limited to data, know-how, trade secrets, methods and procedures, designs) provided to the Attendee in connection with the service training course, are proprietary to FMSU and / or Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd. (collectively "Fuji").
  • This information shall remain the property of Fuji and shall only be used by the Attendee in connection with the operation, service, repair or maintenance of Fuji brand medical diagnostic imaging equipment.
  • Attendee understands the proprietary nature of the information and agrees to take every reasonable precaution to protect such information from disclosure to third parties. Attendee will not copy or reproduce any written material provided to Attendee in connection with the service training course.
  • Attendee agrees to indemnify FMSU against any losses incurred by FMSU, including reasonable counsel fees resulting from the breach of any provision of this agreement by Attendee.
  • In the event that the Attendee's employer's equipment is sold, destroyed or otherwise disposed of, the above described information shall be returned immediately to FMSU.
  • The Distributor shall comply with all export and re-export restrictions and regulations imposed by the government of the United States and other relevant countries or regions ("Export Restrictions").
  • The Distributor shall not knowingly transfer, directly or indirectly, any restricted software or technical data received hereunder or the direct product of such data, to any country or region or to those entities or persons listed on the website of Bureau of Industry and Security of U.S. Department of Commerce as Denied Persons List, Unverified List, Entity List, Specially Designated Nationals List and the Debarred List; identified as an embargoed destination or country in the Export Restrictions, unless prior written authorization is obtained from FMSU and each appropriate United States or other government agencies.
  • I understand all of the requirements and responsibilities that come with Fujifilm Medical Systems, USA service training and have read the above conditions and cautions on the export control of the United States.