Welcome to Steris University’s In-Service Training course for the V-PRO® maX Sterilizer. This online course should be used to supplement or support your in-service training. In-person in-service/training is recommended for new users and ANSI/AAMI Standards recommend competency validation in addition to in-service training.
What Will I Learn?
Upon completion of this training course, you will be able to:
- Identify the components of the V-PRO® maX Sterilizer
- Describe the benefits of Routine Monitoring
- Explain the three available sterilization cycles
- Describe the correct processes for safely and effectively operating and maintaining the V-PRO® maX Sterilizer.
V-PRO® Online In-Service Training: Toolkit
V-PRO® maX Competency Checklist The purpose of this document is to aid in training users of the V-PRO® maX Sterilizer on how to safely and effectively use the system. This document may also be used for periodic demonstration of an operator’s competencies in using the equipment. Facilities may choose to use this checklist to develop competencies for the facility’s annual education process. Download
V-PRO® maX Work Instructions This document is designed to serve as a tool to guide you through the safe and effective use of the V-PRO® maX Low Temperature Sterilization System and to aid in establishing a procedure that describes the safe and effective use of the V-PRO® maX Low Temperature Sterilization System. Download
V-PRO® maX In-Service Study Guide As an equipment manufacturer, we believe that training on our equipment is essential before it is first used and on a periodic basis. This document is designed to serve as a tool to guide you through the in-service process. Download
Download the Operator Manual for the V-PRO® maX Sterilizer
Can I Earn CE Credit for This Course?
Documents and information supported within the online in-service training section contain instructions or specific information pertaining to a product and therefore are not credentialed for continuing education credit through STERIS Corporation. However, IAHCSMM may allow for your department to submit in-services for continuing education (CE) credits. For more information please visit the IAHCSMM website.