Our interactive small group training is conducted by our Clinical Educator, Kimber Haug, BSRC, RRT. Training is available in two formats: Customer-Site at your facility and our new Live Distance Training conducted via GoToMeeting®.
An IngMar Medical technician will walk you through the initial set up of the equipment several days in advance of the training to ensure that all systems are go.
“The educator not only understood the program but also had an in-depth understanding of the physics and physiology of mechanical ventilation. I have no doubt that my ability to convey the concepts and application of mechanical ventilation to my students and others will be enhanced.”
John Rutkowski, Director, Respiratory Therapy Program, County College of Morris
“First, the educator had the knowledge required to properly run the training session. Second, the rhythm of the training and the flexibility to match our needs, makes this training a MUST.”
Claude Discuteau, Technicien en simulation, Centre Apprentiss Université Laval
“This training provided me with the background and knowledge necessary to operate the ASL 5000 and associated program. With the hands-on demonstration, I was given the opportunity to practice skills that I was taught to further enhance my understanding.”
Catherine Pearce, Med-Simulation Technician, Salisbury University
“The educator was excellent. She tailored the session to our somewhat unique needs, was extremely knowledgeable, and really helped us to understand how we can use the ASL  in our veterinary environment. The educator tailored every aspect of the training to our needs and taught us things about our ventilator and ventilation strategies that we will be able to apply immediately.”
Daniel Fletcher, Associate Professor Emergency and Critical Care, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
“The educator put everyone at ease and made all of us very comfortable. This is the most important trait of a good instructor. She is also clearly very knowledgeable about the simulator, a complicated piece of technology. Combining those two traits, she made it seem much simpler and more approachable. I’m excited to build some simulations!”
Gretchen Lee Schoeffler, Senior Lecturer of Emergency and Critical Care, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine