Certified EKG Technician
EKG Technicians are responsible for conducting various tests on a patient’s heart. They primarily perform electrocardiograms (EKGs) by attaching wires to a patient’s arms, chest, and legs, and monitor the readings and results.
As an EKG Technician, you should expect to:
· Have a strong attention to detail.
· Have exceptional communication and caregiving skills.
· Have some basic technology skills.
Course Description: Certified EKG Technician
Our program combines classroom instruction with actual practical training in our onsite laboratory, where you will learn how to perform successful 12 Lead EKS on real patients in multiple settings. The Certified EKG Technician Program spans 11 weeks (4 weeks of GMS, 1 week break, and 6 weeks of core EKG training). The course is designed to prepare graduates for work in a clinical setting where EKGs are performed. Topics that students will learn include:
Our Partners and Affiliates
We partner with trusted industry resources to serve you best. We're an Authorized American Heart Association Training Site, a National HealthCareer Association Official Testing Site, a National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians Official Testing Site, and a Pearson Vue Testing Site.