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EKG Technicians perform electrocardiograms and are one of the first people to assist patients experiencing cardiac symptoms. EKG Technicians are a critical member of the patient care team found in physician offices, emergency rooms, and hospital-based cardiology clinics across the country. EKGs are also performed before and after operations, during physical examinations of patients over 40, for patients with a history of heart disease, when patients are experiencing chest pains, and when the doctor deems it necessary. The EKG Technician Certificate includes theory and hands-on instruction during the seven-week program. Students will learn anatomy of the cardiovascular system, electrophysiology, lead placement, types of rhythms, AV blocks, and myocardial infarction. Students will also learn the basics of HIPAA security and privacy as it relates to the profession. Hands-on training in 12-lead EKG placement, heart rate calculation, and rhythm strip interpretation are also performed. Individuals interested in starting a career in the medical field, nursing or physician assistant school applicants, prospective patient care technicians, current nurses, or those looking to develop skills may benefit from this program. This certificate program will assist students in preparing for the National Healthcareer Association Certified EKG Technician (CET) exam. Exam fee and textbook are additional. Textbook is required at the first class meeting and is available at the KSU Center Bookstore. Prerequisite: High School Diploma or equivalency. Complete Skills Assessment and submit Program Application. Working knowledge of computers and access to computer and Internet are required. Skills Assessment & Program Application are located online. Click for instructions. You will be directed to the program application after completing the Skills Assessment. View the Frequently Asked Questions page for the EKG Technician Certificate Program. For more information, email cehealthcare@kennesaw.edu New programs begin in April and October. Those interested in obtaining a Patient Care Technician (CPCT) national certification may be eligible to take the national exam upon successful completion of the following certificate programs offered by KSU: Certified Nursing Assistant, EKG Technician, and Phlebotomy Technician. Experience may be substituted in lieu of a KSU Certificate and will be evaluated by the testing organization on an individual basis as criteria for meeting the exam eligibility requirements.

173PHLC5724A

Start date: 03/30/17

End date: 05/23/17

Fee: $1,299.00

21 sessions.

Location : KSU Center Location : 
  KSU Center.

Room : Multiple  Room : 
  213. 
  236.

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Covers the basics of ownership, transfer and use of property, real estate law, mortgage fraud, finance, contracts and other required topics. Qualifies passing students to take the Georgia licensing exam. Includes built-in reviews. This course meets the 75 hour Sales Prelicense requirement for Georgia. This course fulfills the GREC-approved 75-hour Real Estate Salesperson Prelicense Course educational requirement. Prerequisite: Must be 18 years of age and have either a high school diploma or its equivalent before enrolling in the course. For our online course refund policy, click here. The final exam must be proctored and is not included in the course fee. Students who pass the final exam will be qualified to take the Georgia Real Estate Sales Prelicense Exam. Call 470-578-3355 or email online@kennesaw.edu to set an appointment. Requirements: Internet access, e-mail, Internet Explorer web browser, and speakers or headphones. This course is not compatible with iPad or iPhone. Note that the class is not compatible with the Safari browser. You will need to use Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Mozilla Firefox for this class. You will be contacted by the Online department within 3-5 business days of registering in order to provide you with login instructions. All course lessons and applicable exams must be completed within 180 days. Access to the computer lessons will expire at midnight on the 180th day after enrollment. You have 90 days to access and review the course content after you have completed the last lesson in a course (regardless of when the course is completed within the 180 days from enrollment). If you need more time, you may purchase a 60 day extension ($50 for each Pre-license, Post-license, and Broker course extension; $20 for each Continuing Education course extension). You will not be allowed to extend any course past 360 days from your original start date. Please call 470-578-6765 to purchase a course extension. Existing Students can log in at www.mycoursepage.com. If you have questions about this course, please contact the online coordinator at 470-578-3355 or online@kennesaw.edu.

173ORES2501S

Start date: 01/01/17

End date: 03/31/17

Fee: $499.00

Location : Online



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