EKG Technician Course

EKG Technician Course

Our EKG Technician course is now online!

The EKG Certificate program covers cardiac anatomy and physiology, basic EKG rhythm interpretation, cardiac stress tests, 12 lead EKGs, holter monitors, basic cardiac medications, patient safety, patient rights, infection control and other general healthcare topics.  This class includes the 4 Hour HIV/AIDS certification.



Upon completion of the program, all students are eligible to take the National Certification Exam (CET) through National Healthcareer Association.


Tuition for EKG is $229.

How abundant are EKG jobs?

According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook (Bureau of Labor and Statistics), the demand for Cardiovascular Technicians is expected to grow faster than average with EXCELLENT job opportunities.

How much do EKG Technicians make?

According to Payscale.com, which accumulates data on wages for different careers, EKG Technicians average $20,000 to $31,000 per year.

Where do EKG Technicians work?

EKG Technicians usually work in a hospital or physician office setting, but may also be employed in an outpatient clinic or lab, residential facility or home care setting.

What do EKG Technicians do?

EKG Technicians perform EKGs (which gathers information on the electrical signals of the heart), and Holter Monitoring and may assist with Cardiac Stress Tests.  EKG Technicians are trained to review EKGs and recognize abnormal rhythms and may be employed in a hospital as an EKG Monitor Technicians.

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