EKG Technician Program FAQ
EKG Technician Program FAQ List
- Are you approved through the State and/or nationally?
- How does your EKG program differ from your competition?
- I see you require CPR certification for the EKG program. Where can I get this?
- Can I miss an EKG class?
- What does my EKG tuition include?
- Do you offer payment plans?
- What forms of payment do you accept?
- How can I apply to the EKG program?
- What happens after I apply?
Yes, Larock Healthcare Academy is approved by the State Board of Career Colleges and Schools. All instructors and curriculums meet the standards of the State Board of Career Colleges and Schools. Larock is also approved through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA) and can offer all graduating students the opportunity for national certification.
How does your EKG program differ from your competition?
Most importantly, Larock Healthcare Academy’s EKG Technician program is approved through the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). Take your NHA test after completing the program to receive nationally revered credentials behind your name. We offer competitive pricing, flexible schedules and have payment plan options available. Larock will also work directly with each student to improve resume and cover letter writing skills as well as interviewing skills. At the end of each program, Larock offers a career services workshop focusing on these skills. All instructors have years of experience and are highly qualified.
Larock offers CPR training and certification. For scheduling information, check out our CPR/AED/First Aid training page for course schedules.
You can, but you will need to contact your instructor for the course to find out what make-up requirements they have for you to fulfill the outlined program.
Tuition includes all materials for class and lab. Tuition also covers the career services workshop offered at the end of each program.
Yes, we offer flexible tuition payment options. To secure your seat in the class, Larock only requires the $50 enrollment fee and $150 of the tuition. From there, we only require that the remaining balance is paid off before 40% of the program is completed.
We accept cash, all major credit cards, debit cards, checks, money orders, cashier checks, WIA, BVR and MyCAA and are approved for the GI Bill. We also work with several areas banks on private loans for our programs. Call us for more details!
You have a few options available to prospective students for application to the EKG Technician Training Program. You can apply online here. You can also contact one of our admission representatives at (800) 951-3757 to set-up an appointment to complete the application process in-person. The last option available to prospective students is to mailto:email@example.com or fax your application to (800) 951-3757.
If you have completed the process via website or e-mail, we will contact you after we’ve received your application to confirm your interest in the program and answer any additional questions you may have about our programs. Take a look at the prerequisites for the EKG/Cardiac Monitor Technician Program.