Top Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. What classes do you offer?
Basic Arrhythmia Class is a three day class and How to Accurately Perform 12 Lead EKGs is a 4 to 6 hour class.
2. Where and when are your classes held?
Classes are taught on-site for institutions and medical facilities; Off-site for individuals requesting a class. We will honor your requested class dates if at all possible. There will be class times available January through December 2013.
3. How much do the classes cost?
The Basic Arrhythmia class is $450.00 and the 12 Lead EKG class is $295.00.
4. How do I sign up for a class?
To sign-up for a class or request more information, please contact the Director of Education: email@example.com.
5. How long is each class?
The Basic Arrhythmia Class is 24-hours divided into 8 hours each day for three days. This can be modified and changed if you have special needs. The class How to Accurately Perform 12 Lead EKGs is four to six hours during one day.
6. Are there supplies I need to bring?
No, everything you will need will be provided for you, except a pen and/or pencil, at the first class.
7. Why are the classes limited in size?
It has been proven over time that smaller classes are much more conducive to learning this topic. One on one attention enables meaningful interaction with the students.
8. What do I do if a class is full and it is the only time I can come?
There will be more classes offered throughout the year. You are always welcome to contact either Dr. Al-Naimi or myself with questions or inquiries.
9. Do you offer CEUs?
Yes. *19.5 contact hours for the Basic Arrhythmia Class for licensed and non-license class attendees; no contact hours are currently offered for the 12 Lead Class.
10. What are Criteria for Successful completion of the Basic Arrhythmias Course?
(a) Attendance for at least 80% of event
(b) Achieving passing score of 80% on post-test
(c) Completion/submission of evaluation form
*This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Tennessee Nurses Association,
an accredited approver of the American Nurse Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.