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Anderson College Of Health, Business And Technology Cardiology Technologist
Anderson College Of Health, Business And Technology

Cardiology Technologist

Toronto, Canada

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Sep 2024

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Introduction

As a Cardiology Technologist, you will assist physicians by using various procedures and equipment to monitor, diagnose heart and blood vessel disorders. Your responsibilities can range from recording and assessing cardiac activity; providing preliminary reports of tests; and, preparation of reports for the interpretation of the cardiologist.

WHAT TO EXPECT

The program is 76 weeks, including a 16-week practicum with on-the-job training, offsite with potential employers. It provides you with a foundation of skills and experience, both in classroom learning with industry experts and in the ability to apply that knowledge to real-life, practical activities. Whether new to Canada and looking to expand your experience, trained in healthcare and wanting to specialize, or new to the field and fascinated by where this diploma can take your future, this program is second-to-none.

WHAT SETS US APART

We pride ourselves on providing exceptional programs to our students across the board, but we’re particularly thrilled to say that our Cardiology Technology program has a 2-year EQual™ accreditation. It meets rigorous national standards and represents a significant achievement, reflecting the quality of our program’s development, delivery and practical training and, that the program’s evaluation process results in continuous improvement in quality. We also encourage and support you as you prepare for the Canadian Society of Cardiology Technologists (CSCT) certification exams.

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