Certification

How To Get Certified

To ensure optimal success with this system, certification is required in order to purchase and fit the WillowWood One System.

Clinicians will need to acquire certification on the system in one of 3 ways: training course at WillowWood’s Education Center, live educational webinar, and off-site training.

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Methods of Certification:

1. Training Course at WillowWood’s Education Center
Attendees of this one-day WillowWood Education Center seminar will learn how to fit transfemoral patients with the WillowWood One System. Course topics include:
• patient selection
• component function
• socket design
• shape-capture methods

Attendees will receive hands-on experience in critical aspects of the fitting process such as evaluating the diagnostic socket and customizing the sealing components to apply vacuum over as much of the limb as possible. This course includes hands-on fitting and patient evaluation. The duration of this course is one day.

2. Live Educational Webinar – WebEx
Participants of this in this online, instructor-led training session will receive an overview of the key aspects of fitting transfemoral patients with the WillowWood One System. Course topics include:
patient selection
• component function
• socket design
• shape-capture methods
• system fitting

This live webinar encourages attendee interaction through questions, polls, and chat with the clinician instructor. The duration of this course is two hours.

3. Off-Site Training
A WillowWood clinician may visit your facility to conduct a seminar on the WillowWood One System. Participants will learn how to fit transfemoral patients with the system and will receive hands-on experience in critical aspects of the fitting process. The duration of this course is 8 hours.

Contact WillowWood about hosting training at your facility. WillowWood is also offering certification courses at various industry trade shows. Check our Calendar of Events to see trade shows at which courses are being offered.