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EKG Catalog 2020
4595 Walnut Rd. unit M (PO Box 116)Buckeye Lake, Ohio 43008
Phone: 740-994-4301
Fax: 740-205-0097
Email: debraziadeh@thetranngcenter.info
Ohio Department of Health Registration Number: 365-1787
National Health Career Association Registration Number- OH-44

Revised 2/5/20

Class Calendar:
Our EKG Course is a one week program, Tuesday & Thursday 11am-3pm (unless otherwise noted)
2020Jan. 27th – 31stMar. 23rd – 27thMay 25th - 29thJuly 27th – 31st Sept 28th – Oct. 2nd Nov. 23rd – 27th
Observed HolidaysNew Year's Day, Independence Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day.

Tuition and Fees:
Registration Fee………………… $200.00
Tuition………………………….. $530.00
Book Fee……………………….. $0
Total Cost………………………. $730.00

All fees and arrangements must be in place prior to class start.
*Students cannot sit for National Exam if any monies are owed*
Enrollment Requirements:
Must be 18 years or older
Must have at least GED or High School Diploma
Registration Form and Student Enrollment Agreement
Graduation Requirements:Complete 50 hours of class, skills and labs
Pass total of all tests/exams with 70% or better
Tuition paid in full
School Policies:
Absences – it is prohibited for any student to be absent on either the first or second day of class. The maximum number of days a student may be absent is two (2).Tardiness – any student who arrives more than 15 minutes after the beginning of the class will be considered tardy.Make-up Work – Students, who must be absent or otherwise miss class work/tests, must make up said work after class when Instructor is available.Interruption or termination for unsatisfactory work or attendance – (3 strike rule) student will be given three notifications of unsatisfactory progress/participation. After the third such notification, student will be terminated.

Grading System –90 – 100% = A 80 – 89% = B 70 – 79% = C
Percentages under 70% are unsatisfactory
Unsatisfactory Progress – three exams under 80%, tardiness (three unexcused), two unexcused absences. Students who reach this unsatisfactory level of progress will be put on a probationary period for the duration of class
Conditions of Re-entrance for students dismissed or suspended for unsatisfactory progress – student must provide documentation stating the reason/emergency during the applicable time period (prior class).
Academic Progress (for federal and state financial aid programs) – at least 80% on exams, and certificate of completion.
Refund Policy:
The enrollment agreement may be cancelled within five calendar days after the date of signing, provided that the school is notified of the cancellation in writing.If such cancellation is made, the school will promptly refund in full all tuition and fees paid pursuant to the enrollment agreement and the refund shall be made no later than thirty days after cancellation. This provision shall not apply if the student has already started academic classes.1. A student who withdraws before the first class and after the 5-day cancellation period shall be obligated for the registration fee.2. A student who starts class and withdraws before the academic term is 15% completed (12 clock hours) will be obligated for 25% of the tuition and refundable fees plus the registration fee.3. A student who starts class and withdraws after the academic term is 15% complete but before the academic term is 25% completed (20 clock hours) will be obligated for 50% of the tuition and refundable fees plus the registration fee.4. A student who starts class and withdraws after the academic term is 25% complete but before the academic term is 40%, completed (32 clock hours) 5 will be obligated for 75% of the tuition and refundable fees plus the registration fee.5. A student who starts class and withdraws after the academic term is 40% completed will not be entitled to a refund of the tuition and fees.

Grievance Procedure:
All student complaints and grievances should be handled in the following manner:1. Student will direct complaints to the school person involved, if the complaint is not resolved in a satisfactory manner then:2. Submit a written complaint to the director of the school.3. Regardless of satisfactory resolution, the student may direct any problem or complaint to the:

Executive Director State Board of Career Colleges and Schools 30 East Broad Street, Suite 2481 Columbus, OH 43215 Phone: 614-466-2752 Toll free: 877-275-4219

Faculty and Staff:
Director: Debra Ziadeh RNSTNA Instructor: Debra Ziadeh RN CPR and CPCT instructor: Stacie McCloud RN Phlebotomy and EKG Instructor: Aleia Ziadeh CPCT Office Manager: Salah Ziadeh
EKG Technician Summary and Classifications of Courses Total clock hours: 501. Define Cardiovascular System – (2 Class Hours)2. Basic Anatomy and Physiology of Heart Blood Flow, Parts of the Heart, and Diseases –(4 Class Hours)3. Introduction to EKG Machine and EKG Technicians, Scope of Practice, Duties – (2 Classes Hours, 2 Lab Hours)4. EKG Testing – (1 Class Hour, 1 lab hour)5. Correct Lead Placement of 12 Lead EKG and 5 Lead Resting – (3 Class Hours, 3 Lab Hours)6. Recording and Identifying a Quality EKG and Read and Record the Heart Rate from an EKG Strip – (4 Class Hours, 4 Lab Hours)7. Troubleshoot a Patients EKG for Problems with Placement (Lead Wire, Electrode,Faulty EKG Machine) – (2 Class Hours, 3 Lab Hours)8. Correctly Transmitting a EKG, Inputting Patient Info – (2 Class Hour, 2 Lab Hours)9. Developing a Resume and Cover Letter and Interview Skills – (3 Class Hours, 1 lab hour)10. Drug Review and Their Interactions – (2 Class Hours)11. Patient Care and Education, CPR/Basic and AED – (2 Class Hours, 4 Lab Hours)12. Test review- (3 class hours)