Night: Tuesday, 5:30pm – 9:30pm
Fall: September 13, 2022 – November 29, 2022
Spring: March 21, 2023 – May 30, 2023
*Note: Classes are capped at 10 students. If a semester exceeds 10 students, a second night will be offered on Mondays. There must be 16 student to run 2 classes in a trimester. Otherwise, students will be placed on a waiting list for the following trimester.
The objective of this course is to gain experience as an EKG technician using the following skills:
- Properly obtaining EKG including lead placement
- Heart Anatomy and Physiology
- Diseases of the heart
- Operating and adjusting of EKG monitors
- Holter Monitors
- Pacemaker Rhythms
- Reading and Interpretation of EKG recordings
- Communication with Physicians and Medical Staff
An EKG Technician Certificate will be given at course completion to students receiving a 70% or better course average. Also offered (not mandatory or required for employment) is a National Certification by the American Medical Certification Association—AMCA (for an additional fee).
* Price includes book
Registration Keyword: EKG
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Emergency Medical Technician
To Be Determined
14 weeks – (160 Hours)
The healthcare industry continues to grow and the basic training program for Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) has an overall objective to improve the quality of pre-hospital emergency care rendered to victims of accidents and sudden illness. As such, the course develops skills in symptom recognition and in all emergency care procedures and techniques currently considered to be within the responsibilities of an EMT providing emergency medical care with an ambulance service.
* Test fees are not included in price.