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Cardiology Technologist

Stenberg College

Stenberg College

www.stenbergcollege.com
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Suite 750
13450-102 Avenue
Surrey, British Columbia, V3T 5X3, Canada

  • Program Type Occupational
  • Credential Type Diploma
  • Length 2 Year(s)

    62 weeks including a practicum

  • Part Time Only
  • Cooperative Education
  • Continuing Education
  • Distance Learning Available
Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements

Please note, Stenberg College offers a variety of free upgrading courses and challenge exams in order to help students meet these admission prerequisites. Please contact a Program Advisor to discuss your academic options.

  • Grade 12 Biology (minimum grade C+)*
  • Grade 12 English (minimum grade C+)*
  • Grade 11 Math (Principles or Foundations) or Applications of Math 12 (minimum grade C+)*
  • Grade 11 Science – Chemistry or Physics (minimum grade C+)* OR Stenberg College Challenge Exam or Chemistry 11 Course with 70% or higher
  • Passing Stenberg College’s Admission entrance examination or equivalent
  • Successful completion of a short written essay
  • Successful completion of the online Computer Skills Entrance Test
  • Passing Verbal Test of English if English is a Second Language or equivalent*
  • Completion of a Criminal Record Consent Form under the Criminal Record Review Act

* Admission Access: Licensed / Registered Healthcare Professionals (who have completed Grade 12 and a post-secondary healthcare program) are exempt from specific secondary coursework requirements.

* Entrance requirements can be met with evidence of alternate assessments such as Challenge Exams, or acceptable standardized English equivalency tests as per the Stenberg College Language Proficiency chart. Evidence of Post-Secondary studies at an equivalent level where English was the first language is acceptable.

Prior to Program Admission, Program Advisors will outline practice education requirements for the program. Upon enrollment, you will be informed of next steps and timelines. Non-compliance could result in program dismissal. Requirements for practice education placements include:

  • Acceptable Criminal Record Review with Vulnerable Sector Check by the Ministry Public Safety and Solicitor General (or Provincial equivalent)
  • Proof of Immunity Status as required by industry
  • Letter of good health completed by a physician
  • TB Screening Results
  • Flu vaccination as required by industry
  • Basic Life Support Certification CPR – AED
  • Additional site specific orientation/training may be required

Additional criteria may be required to fulfill industry guidelines; students will be informed in advance of any requirements that need to be fulfilled for placements.


Distance Delivery Options

Combined online distance learning with hands-on experience. Contact the school for details.


Transfer(s) Eligibility

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Transfer(s) available outside of Transfer Alberta: Not available

Updated February 19, 2021. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.

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