Certified EKG Technician (CET) Certification Training — MedCerts

11 Weeks

Program Length

2.5 Million

10 year Job Growth


Avg. Starting Salary

Issuing Authority

Issuing Authority National Healthcareer Association

National Healthcareer Association (NHA) is one of the nation’s largest allied health certification providers. Since 1989, the NHA has helped thousands of schools across the nation produce better professionals and better program outcomes. Individuals who pass their certification exam will be recognized as Nationally Certified Healthcare professionals and will earn credentials to use with their name, a certification ID card and a certificate. To be eligible to earn an NHA certification, a candidate must possess a high school diploma or the equivalent and be at least 18 years of age.

CET Certification detail

Certification Training Options ForCET Certified EKG Technician

MedCerts programs are one of the fastest and most affordable ways to receive a quality education that leads not only to a credential, but also a career

MedCerts Two And Four Year Colleges Other Online Programs
Program & Tuition Cost $4000 average Up to $20,000 $3000 average
Exam Fees, Books & Materials Included Up to $750 Up to $750
Job Ready In 3-6 months 24-48 months 3-6 months
Schedule/Flexibility On-demand 24/7 Set Class Schedule On-demand 24/7
Travel Requirements None - 100% online On-Campus Classrooms None - 100% online
Student Support Personal Student Advisors, Subject Matter Experts & 24/7 support Professors - scheduled office hours Support Inbox
Career Coaching 1-1 Coaching + Career Toolkit to prepare for a lasting career Access to Career Services Dept. None
Content Delivery 3D animations, immersive environments, interactive activities, game-based learning Professor lectures Typically videos & presentations

This table is for reference only. Actual prices, durations and features may vary. Pricing is based on full-cost tuition for a Medical Assistant or similar program before financial aid.

CET Certification. Skill Gained

  • Explain procedures to patients, monitoring blood pressure and positioning patients
  • Understand the responsibilities of patient care and monitoring, safety and compliance
  • Use of appropriate electrocardiography equipment and supplies
  • Understand diagnostic cardiac testing to include electrocardiograms, Holter monitors and stress tests
  • Recognize cardiac rhythms, arrhythmias and artifacts with appropriate responses and reporting to physicians
  • Assist cardiologists with stress testing
  • Patient preparation for Holter or ambulatory monitoring and stress tests

CET Career PathwaysAttainable Jobs

highest Paying

Holter Monitor Technician

Responsible for equipping patients with Holter monitors, checking patients' monitors, take notes on their status, and alert abnormalities to physicians.

$30000 - $66000
Estimated Salary

highest Paying

EKG Technician

EKG Technicians perform electrocardiograms and consult with physicians about the results of diagnostic tests. They also assist with routine physical exams and screening procedures.

$29,000 - $39,000
Estimated Salary

highest Paying

Cardiac Technician

Preforms several tests with imaging technology to produce cardiac diagnostic results and work with physicians to examine, make, or rule out diagnoses.

$29,000 - $61,000
Estimated Salary

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