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The DMERT Group

  • The DMERT Group is a non-profit set up to manage the development and guiding principles of the certification as a whole
  • The board of directors is designed to allow for as much industry partnership and collaborative development as possible
  • The certification group sets the direction for the certification requirements, testing standards, and CEU requirements through the life of the certificate 
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Certification Information

  • The certification is the principle of creating a standard or benchmark of skills and knowledge each technician must possess and demonstrate, and it will be separated into 3 levels of training and skill:
    1. LEVEL 1: Basic medical equipment from walkers and manual wheelchairs to hospital beds, scooters and Group 2 consumer power chairs. Click here to learn more about DMERT- approved Level 1 courses.
    2. LEVEL 2: CRT manual wheelchairs, Group 3 power chairs and basic seating adjustments and installation. Click here to learn more about DMERT-approved Level 2 courses.  
    3. LEVEL 3: Technician trainer able to teach in community colleges or any other approved training venue. DMERT- approved Level 3 courses are coming soon.
  • For more information on the testing or specific training options for your technicians please visit the FIOS DME Repair training website.
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Why Certify

Have Your Tech Certified

There are several reason this certification was developed, including:

  • A trained technician is able to troubleshoot an equipment repair more accurately than an untrained tech.
    (This could mean a tech will only go out to a call once and be able to troubleshoot accurately on the first attempt.)
  • A certification with 2 primary levels will allow you to set yourselves apart from the pack by having certified and trained technicians
  • The potential for a decrease in liability for companies bringing on a new certification, which will improve client safety and assurance of work and repairs
  • The improved ability to determine a career plan or path for potential technicians seeking employment
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Technician Training

There are a few options of training for the certification exam and  CEU/CEC requirements

  • U.S. Rehab Tech Training: Four times a year U.S. Rehab travels throughout the United States providing a two to three-day, hands-on intensive tech training program that can provide as much as 16-20 hours of hands-on tech learning from four to five major manufacturers. Click here to learn more.
  • DMERT- approved Courses: The DMERT Group offers three different levels of certification to establish standardized training guidelines. Click here to learn more.
  • Online: U.S. Rehab and the major manufactures have online classes that can be taken for CEUs as needed.

All training opportunities can be found here