EKG Technician

Our Electrocardiogram (EKG) Technician program is designed to teach noninvasive aspects of interpreting and monitoring the cardiovascular system.
Career opportunities
Pursue entry level employment as an EKG Technician in these areas.




Private practices


Medical clinics

The demand for EKG technicians is expected to grow at a rate of 24% throughout 2019 according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
To obtain employment, potential employers may require a background check, driving record check, and/or drug testing.
Class schedule
Finish our program in a matter of weeks on a schedule convenient to you.

Lesson plan

Students will learn basic cardiovascular technology, medical terminology, professional ethics, HIPAA compliance, and meticulous CDC established infection control procedures. You will have the ability to identify and distinguish between various heart impulses and the correct placement of electrodes. You will also be introduced to legal and ethical issues in the healthcare field, as well as Holter monitoring and stress testing.

The EKG Technician training program is divided into two parts.


70 hours


10 hours

80 total instructional hours

* Clinical hours include work in a lab and at a designated clinical facility.

Upcoming start dates

Begin your training within a month of signing up.

Daytime sessions

Four week duration from 9AM-5PM Monday-Friday.

Evening sessions

Weekend sessions

Tuition and fees
See how affordable it is to invest in your career.

Registration (non-refundable)




Books and uniform





There are just three requirements to graduate and get started on your career in healthcare.

When these requirements have been satisfied, a Certificate of Completion and official transcript will be issued. Beyond an Education graduates may wish to independently pursue National Certification.

Admission policy