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Conquest Imaging ( introduces training for the Antares, Vivid 7 and Voluson 730 Ultrasound systems.

Conquest Imaging introduces training for the Antares, Vivid 7 and Voluson 730 Ultrasound systems. Expanding its educational offerings in response to customer needs, Conquest Imaging provides a hands-on training environment designed by service engineers for engineers. Drawing from its collective field experience Conquest Imaging provides a training offering specifically created for service engineers.

Applying the same “Quality Conscious” model it uses to provide cost effective replacement parts, probes, peripherals and previously owned systems, Conquest provides classes without the “fluff”. "As veteran field engineers ourselves, we have all attended training classes that seem to drag on," says Paul Conrad, Service Manager of Conquest Imaging. "Our experience gives our company an appreciation for the two biggest concerns voiced by our training candidates. Those concerns seem always to be related to the cost of training and the time they must spend in training. We feel we optimize time and information presentation - longer is not better."

Even novice students leave with the confidence to resolve problems on technologically advanced ultrasound equipment. In addition, students can earn 0.5 I. C. C. Certification Renewal points/day and they qualify for free technical support.

About Conquest Imaging:

Conquest Imaging is the ultra service ultrasound company. Conquest has four divisions which include sales, service, training and repair. One call to Conquest provides customers with the ultimate resource for used ultrasound systems, parts (transducers, probes, boards), peripherals (monitors, printers, trackballs, cameras), service and maintenance on number of manufacturers including Acuson, Medison, Hp, Toshiba and Siemens.


Paul Conrad

Conquest Imaging

(866) 900-9404

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