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Our EQual™ accredited program teaches you how to assist physicians on various cardio-vascular procedures and training on equipment to monitor and diagnose heart and blood vessel disorders.
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.
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.
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.
Students with significant health challenges are advised to discuss concerns with their physician prior to applying. Please check the Physical Demand Description below for additional information.
Please download and view the Cardiology Technology Program Physical Demand Description from here.
For our Cardiology Technology Diploma program, we select candidates who demonstrate the potential to become Canada’s future health care leaders. Every application is considered on its own merit.
To be considered for admission, you must demonstrate that you have an OSSD (Ontario Secondary School Diploma) and have completed Grade 11 Math or Grade 12 Applied Math (C or U level); Grade 11 Science – Chemistry or Biology or Physics (C or U level); and Grade 11 English (C or U level). Students completing the English requirement at a high school in a country other than Canada and who have English as a second language must complete an acceptable English Assessment TOEFL (Graduate Certificate: 580 for the paper-based test or 237 for the computer-based test, or 88+ minimums for the Internet-based test) or equivalent testing.
Mature students must have completed secondary school with one Science, and English for College and/or University level or equivalent.
Note that this is the minimum requirement and meeting the same does not guarantee admission to the program.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate their suitability for the program by complying with the academic and non-academic requirements specified below.
Submit your Ontario secondary school transcript and diploma. Applicants with a foreign diploma, degree, certificate (or other proof of credential) applying must have their transcripts evaluated to ensure they meet Canadian standards. This can be done via an evaluation from an accepted credential assessment service such as WES, ICAS or CES.
Applicants will be scheduled to write and pass the Wonderlic Test (a Superintendent approved qualifying test).
Write a personal statement expressing your interest in joining the program and how your past studies and related professional experience have prepared you for the program (maximum 500 words in length).
Resume and Interview
Applicants must undergo an interview with the Program Chair. Students will submit an updated resume as well as answer an interview questionnaire both of which must be handed in during the interview date. Specifically, the interview will assess the applicants based on the following four criteria:
Within 30 days from the start of the classes, Cardiology Technology program students must complete and provide:
To qualify for practicum, students must also complete Standard First Aid and CPR (HCP Level), Mask Fit testing (N-95) and have successfully passed all program courses/modules.
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I want to say thank you to Anderson College … this has been a great experience for me…. [I learned from the teachers and their unique teaching skills], about the Canadian educational environment and made very good friends…. Any time we can learn new skills and change our destiny, it truly is a great thing!
“As a teacher, I know that students often haven’t yet found the right direction for their future. I feel that my mission is to put a dream in their heads and to show them that there is a light at the end of the tunnel.”
Heather has over 25 years’ experience in different aspects of Diagnostic Cardiology Services, particularly in managing, testing, training, and development. She has extensive experience managing, developing, and training clinical staff, allied professionals, and students. Heather is an expert clinician with exceptional communication, interpersonal, and organizational capabilities.
Heather has completed diplomas in Cardiology and Echocardiography and also holds a certificate in Program Management.
“I love developing the personal care skills of my students so they can contribute as members of the healthcare team.”
Nasreen joins Anderson College with 6 years’ practical experience as Cardiology Technologist. She has a positive attitude and demeanor that has been greatly appreciated by the patients of the various clinics she has worked with.
Nasreen holds a diploma in Cardiovascular Technology and has been a member of the Canadian Society of Cardiology Technologists since September 2012.
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