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Central Sterile Supply

A Central Sterile Supply Processing Technician is responsible for decontaminating, cleaning, processing, assembling, sterilizing, storing, and distributing the medical devices and supplies needed in patient care, especially during surgery. This role is important in preventing infections.

The central sterile supply department of a health care facility is the hub of all activity surrounding supplies and equipment needed for surgery, obstetrics, and other patient care areas.

Students who complete this program are eligible to sit for the Sterile Processing Technical Certification examination offered by the Certification Board of Sterile Processing and Distribution (CBSPD).

The total cost of CT Statewide Healthcare Industry Pathway project (CT SHIP) is $6.9M.  $3.4M (49%) is funded through a U.S. Department of Labor – Employment and Training Administration grant and another $3.5M (51%) is committed through non-federal state and local resources.

USDOL funding is available for eligible students in this program. For more information, please contact Continuing Education at (203) 285-2300 or contact us Workforce Development & Continuing Education.

Through this training program, students can become certified technicians in 10 weeks.

Dates: 02/06/2024


Tuition: $1999
Instructor: Susy Reyes

20 Sessions | CRN 81709
Monday & Wednesday, February 5 - April 17
5:30 PM - 9:30 PM - 80 hour class - N211

20 Sessions | CRN 81710
Monday & Wednesday, May 6 - July 10
5:30 PM - 9:30 PM - 80 hour class - N211

All clinical hours completed at Yale-New Haven Hospital
Exam & Books included
U-Pass available upon request.