College Park prides itself by developing and using the highest possible technology in the prosthetics field. However, we consider the most advanced technology in the field is you, the prosthetist. College Park is constantly working on programs to keep you educated in both our products as well as the latest advancements in the prosthetics itself. On this page, you'll see the available programs College Park offers for education as well as credits that can be applied for American Board of Certification.
Mark Vukov, CPO, will provide clinical education to domestic and international customers as well as instruct College Park’s Mastering Prosthetic Technology workshops. As an ABC Certified Prosthetist-Orthotist, with an undergraduate degree from Adrian College, and Orthotic-Prosthetic education from Northwestern and New York Universities, he brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his position. Mark has developed and conducted instructional seminars to resident physicians and nursing staff, and gave OandP lectures for the Vascular Surgery, Orthopedics and Neurosurgery departments at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. Mark owned and managed OandP facilities in Ohio and Michigan for 25 years.
College Park is now proud to announce online education. In these short courses you will learn some tips and trick for College Park products and, following a short test, you will be awarded 1 credit for the American Board of Certification. Click on a class within the Online Classes section located in the upper right corner.
Through this comprehensive full-day seminar, you will learn what makes the College Park process unique and how to optimize our products to provide better outcomes for both the practitioner and patient.
College Park’s Applied Clinical and Technical Innovations Seminar evolves every year with new technological content. Covering both theoretical and practical applications, the seminar balances the most helpful information with the appropriate technology and theory. Included are hands-on exercises as well as fabrication and problem solving tips.
Prosthetic Practitioners, Assistants, Technicians, and Residents.
College Park selects locations on an annual basis throughout the United States and Canada to give the broadest range of prosthetic practitioners access to the seminars without overnight travel. Attendees receive a certificate of 8.25 Professional Continuing Education (PCE) credits for completing the seminar. Keep an eye on this page, or sign up for our mailing list to see when future seminars will be available.