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Certified Electrocardiogram Technician

Course Description

This is a 6-week program that prepares students to work as an entry level ECG Technician in a variety of settings including hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and many more. 


This program includes 183 hours of training including 105 hours of classroom time, 38 hours of laboratory and 40 hours of externship and students will be able to take the exam for certification. 


REQUIREMENTS

  • Student must be at least 18 years old.
  • Have High School Diploma, GED or Higher Education equivalency 
  • US students must pass the entrance exam with 75% passing grade. Exam may be retaken once free of charge.
  • Foreign students must pass CELSA Test with 75% passing grade (if applicable). Test may be retaken free of charge.
  • Complete a background inquiry form. Any record of crimes against persons or financial exploitation will prevent an individual from working in this field.
  • Provide documentation of a completed 2 steps tuberculosis test. If positive, must get a chest x-ray. 
  • If student unable to obtain Mantoux T.B test, QuantiFeron blood test will be accepted.
  • Clinical facilities may require additional information, such as MMR and Hepatitis B vaccine. 

Upcoming Courses

Start date:

September 2019


Days: M-F

Time: 9am -3:30pm


Clinical Rotation:

Days: M-F

Time: 6m - 2:30pm


**We are registering & enrolling students for our September class**


**Class schedule and clinical rotation days and times can change without notice, please call or email for verification**






Call 253-252-3956 or Email customerservice@healthprofessionalsinstitute.com to enroll today

Cost

Tuition: 2,500

Registration fee: $100

Entrance exam fee: $20

Book cost: $180 (+tax)


Short-term and long-term financing options are available.

 GI Bill® is available for military personnel.


 ‘‘GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill." 

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