In-Person Classes is offering in person classes.

This page will provide everything you need to know about how to sign up for in person classes.

We are offering the following courses in 2023-2024 for middle school to high school age children interested in science and technology:

  1. Intro to Biomed technology
  2. Intro to Industrial robotic science and mapping

If you are interested follow the links below.

How to register for the classes, Dates, and contact information (link to the page below)

Service agreement

Student Code of Conduct (link to the page below)

Cancelation Policy: Since our classes are only 10 students, once you register for a date, you are obligated to attend. If you notify us 15 days before the class date, you can cancel. Otherwise, you will be charge for it if no show.

Hours of Operation: Please refer to our Facebook page or the hours of operation ( Facebook link)

Refund Policy: No Refund as we don’t charge till your child attends the class.

Payment schedule: We will invoice the ACE program or the parent with due date of the payment.

Privacy policy

Transportation Policy: Drop off and Pick up for students. Pick up by designated adults unless permission is given in advance to leave on their own.

Course Description

  1. Intro to Bio-med: 10 students per class only.

This course is designed to introduce young students from 13-18 years of age who are interested in hands on learning of testing and fixing medical equipment.

Several different types of medical equipment are introduced at the beginning of the class, such as scopes and how they can be inserted into human stomachs or lungs. Video connections of the equipment. EKG machine’s basics.

Then we will provide the tools and equipment for a basic diagnostic of equipment.

We will provide each student with a working and a non-working pulse oximeter.

A multimeter and hand tools to test each board and record their findings

Everything is battery operated and no chance of electrocution. 4 hrs. of hands on class time, unlimited online learning. $250.00 per session.

  1. Intro to Robot mapping and basic knowledge: 10 students per class only.

This course is designed to introduce the students to the basic parts of a commercial robot.

We will provide two state of the art, UVD-Robot model B. Each is designed to autonomously disinfect spaces.

We will show every working part of the robot and how it works. We will teach them the basics of mapping a room and how to create a map to be used on the robot.

The curriculum involves watching introductory online videos on how the equipment works.

The hands-on part takes place in person. 4 hrs. of class. $250.00 per session.

Registration and scheduling

Dear parents and students;

To register for our classes please visit the link below and fill out the form.


Text: 614-401-1633 please include your info

Facebook link              Facebook

In case of any questions, visit our website or call us.

Student Code of Conduct

While attending our hands-on training activities, students are expected to follow these basic rules, procedures, and expectations:

  1. Your first priority is to learn. Avoid distractions that interfere with or are counter-intuitive to that mission.
  2. Be in the assigned place with appropriate materials, ready to work at the designated time that class begins.
  3. Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself and never intentionally harm another student.
  4. Use school-appropriate language and behavior at all times while maintaining friendly and courteous behavior.
  5. Be polite and respectful to everyone, including students, teachers, administrators, support staff, and visitors.
  6. Follow individual teacher instructions, class rules, and expectations at all times.
  7. Do not be a bully. If you see someone being bullied, intervene by telling them to stop or immediately report it to camp personnel.
  8. Do not become a distraction for others. Give every other student the opportunity to maximize their potential. Encourage your fellow students. Never tear them down.
  9. Attendance and participation in class are an essential part of the educational process. Furthermore, it allows students to achieve the maximum possible benefits from their educational experience. All students are encouraged to be present and prompt. School attendance is the responsibility of both parents and students.
  10. Represent yourself in a manner that you will be proud of in 10 years. You only get one opportunity to get life right. Take advantage of the opportunities you have at our camp. They will help you be successful throughout your life.

Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy applies to your use of, networks and websites (Sites). In this Policy, references to “we”, “us” “our” and its subsidiaries, and their respective directors, officers, agents, employees or contractors.

Your Information

Our server, our agent’s or contractor’s server, and third parties in the internet infrastructure (“Servers”) log certain information, which is provided by your browser, when you use our Sites, systems, and networks, such as:

  • your server’s IP address (a number which is unique to the machine through which you are connected to the Internet) or your personal IP address.
  • the type of browser and operating system you are using.
  • the domain name of the referring site
  • emails between you and us. The Servers also log:
  • the date and time of your visit; and
  • the URL address of the pages accessed, and the documents downloaded.

We use this information for a number of purposes connected with the usage of our Sites, and to monitor the security of our Sites, systems and networks. Among other possible uses, Bio-medacademy may use the information, described above, to analyze certain trends and statistics, such as which parts of the Sites users are visiting and how long they spend there, and to monitor the security of our Sites, systems and networks.

Bio-medacademy will not try to identify you or your browsing activities through the information set out above except, in the event of an investigation, where a law enforcement agency may exercise a warrant to inspect the logs, or if your usage is causing technical issues for the Sites, including an attack on a Site that may need to be resolved. Bio-medacademy may in these circumstances identify your IP address to enable Bio-medacademy to contact you.


The Sites use cookies. A cookie is a string of information that a website stores on a visitor’s computer, and that the visitor’s browser provides to the website each time the visitor returns. The Sites use cookies to help Bio-medacademy identify and track visitors, their usage of the Site, and their Site access preferences. Bio-medacademy may use cookies to tailor our services to meet your needs.

Visitors who do not wish to have cookies placed on their computers should set their browsers to refuse cookies before using the Site, with the drawback that certain features of the Site may not function properly without the aid of cookies.

Bio-medacademy uses Google Analytics to analyze the use of the Sites. Google Analytics uses cookies to collect, store, and transmit information about your use of the Sites to Google. Further information about how Google Analytics collects and processes data can be found at the following link:

Bio-medacademy also uses the Google Analytics Display Advertising feature ‘Demographics and Interests Reporting’ which enables Google Analytics to collect data about the age, gender and interest of visitors to our Sites via cookies and anonymous identifiers. Google will collect, store, and use this information to create statistical reports about the use of the Sites.

Google’s privacy policy is available at: Visitors can opt-out of the Google Analytics Advertising Features through their Ads Settings or any other available means. Google Analytics’ currently available opt outs can be found at:

Provide Details: When you access registration, you will be asked to voluntarily provide your name and email address and other information. Most services are not available unless you register.

For the purposes of optimizing the emails, and tailoring those emails to your interests, Bio-medacademy will also collect information about the securities, data, funds or other products you click on, read about or choose to receive information about.

Registering as a provider

Optional Details: When you create a bio-medacademy account and register Number, you can choose to provide bio-medacademy with personal information relating to your experience profile. If you choose to provide this information to bio-medacademy, bio-medacademy may use any of the information you provide for marketing purposes.

Personal Information collects and holds personal information about you through your use of the Sites, including your registration details and information relating to your use of the Sites and the content you access.

Bio-medacademy collects this information for the purposes of conducting market research surveys, conducting statistical analysis of usage of our Sites, running competitions, determining advertising content, marketing, monitoring the security of our Sites, our IT systems and our networks and tailoring our services to match your needs and to improve the Sites generally.

Bio-medacademy will only use such personal information for the purpose for which you have provided it, unless you consent otherwise or bio-medacademy is required by law to disclose it or bio-medacademy is otherwise permitted to use it under the Privacy Act 1993.

Bio-medacademy will not sell your personal information to, or share it with, any other company outside of the bio-medacademy group or third party agency other than as set out in this Privacy Policy, except as permitted by law. Bio-medacademy will disclose such personal information about you only to those employees of Bio-medacademy who have a need to know.

You can access or request a correction to your personal information by writing to Bio-medacademy at 710 Neil ave, Columbus, Ohio 43215, or by sending an email

Bio-medacademy will correct personal information if we are satisfied that it is incorrect and will otherwise comply with our obligations under the Privacy Act 1993.

For more information please phone 614-401-1633

Service Agreement

This Service Agreement (the “Agreement”) is entered into ___________________ (the “Effective Date”) by and between ____________________ (the “Customer”) located at _________________________ and Med-Donation LLC DBA  (the “Service Provider”) located at __710 Neil Ave, Columbus Ohio 43215  , also individually referred to as the “Party”, and collectively the “Parties”.

  1. Services. The Service Provider shall perform the services listed in this Section 1 (the “Services”).
    1. Basic hands-on training on diagnosis of medical equipment. 10 student per class. Refer to the class description.
    2. Basic hands-on training on autonomous robots, mapping and components. 10 students per class. Refer to the class description.
    3. Hours of operation:  Varies. We have it announced on our Facebook page and our website.

It is a 4 hour class on various dates. Our registration form has the dates and time of upcoming classes.

    1. Dress Code: Appropriate Attire. No open shoes. Please refer to our code of conduct.
    2. Transportation: Students must be dropped off 15 minutes prior to the class and picked up 15 minutes after the class. We are not responsible for students older than 16 who drive themselves.
  1. Compensation. The Customer agrees to pay the Service Provider $250 per session as payment for the Services provided. This fee will be paid in accordance with the following schedule:

Total Cost of the Services: 250.00

Amount Due at Signing: 0.0

Amount Due at Completion: $250.00

  1. Payment. The Service Provider shall submit an invoice to the Customer. Invoices shall be paid within 7 days from the date of the invoice. Payments may be made by credit card/electronic transfer/check as follows:

Paypal account:

ACE accounts will be invoiced separately.

  1. Termination.
    1. Either Party may terminate the Agreement at any time.  In the event the Customer terminates the Agreement, the Customer shall still remain obligated to pay for the Service that are registered for. If the notice is given 15 day prior to the class, there is no charge.
    2. Exclusion: Due to the fact that each class has a maximum of 10 students, if a registered student is no show, student will be charged. If we have 15 days advanced notice and we can make exception.
    3. This Agreement will automatically terminate when both Parties have performed all of their obligations under the Agreement and all payments have been received.
  2. Relationship of the Parties.
    1. No Exclusivity. The Parties understand this Agreement is not an exclusive arrangement.  The Parties agree they are free to enter into other similar agreements with other parties.  The Service Provider agrees the Service Provider will not enter into any agreements that conflict with the Service Provider’s obligations under this Agreement.
    2. Independent Contractor. The Service Provider is an independent contractor.  Neither Party is an agent, representative, partner, or employee of the other Party.
  3. Dispute Resolution.
    1. Choice of Law. The Parties agree that this Agreement shall be governed by the State and/or Country in which the duties of this Agreement are expected to take place. In the event that the duties of this Agreement are to take place in multiple States and/or Countries, this Agreement shall be governed by ______State of OHIO________________ law.
    2. Negotiation. In the event of a dispute, the Parties agree to work towards a resolution through good faith negotiation.
    3. Mediation or Binding Arbitration. In the event that a dispute cannot be resolved through good faith negotiation, the Parties agree to submit to binding mediation or arbitration.
    4. Attorney’s Fees. In the event of Arbitration and/or Mediation, the prevailing Party will be entitled to its legal fees, including, but not limited to, its attorneys’ fees.
  4. General.
    1. Assignment.  The Parties may not assign their rights and/or obligations under this Agreement.
    2. Complete Contract.  This Agreement constitutes the Parties entire understanding of their rights and obligations.  This Agreement supersedes any other written or verbal communications between the Parties.  Any subsequent changes to this Agreement must be made in writing and signed by both Parties.
    3. Severability.  If any section of this Agreement is found to be invalid, illegal, or unenforceable, the rest of this Agreement will still be enforceable.
    4. Waiver.  Neither Party can waive any provision of this Agreement, or any rights or obligations under this Agreement, unless agreed to in writing.   If any provision, right, or obligation is waived, it is only waived to the extent agreed to in writing.
  5. Notices.

All notices under this Agreement must be sent by email with read receipt requested or by certified or registered mail with return receipt requested. Notices shall be sent as follows:






Service Provider





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The Parties agree to the terms and conditions set forth above as demonstrated by their signatures as follows:


Signed: _____________________________________

Name: _____________________________________

Date: _____________________________________

Service Provider

Signed: _____________________________________

Name: _____________________________________

Date: _____________________________________