Telemetry Certification For RNs, LPNs & Nurses, EMT's
Perfect for all nurses, including LPNs & RNs!
The Top Online Telemetry Certification for Nurses
With the study guides, practice tests and final exam available online, the NTA® makes it easy to receive your certification - no matter how busy your schedule.
Ahh, the life of a medical student – It doesn’t seem there’s much time for anything but endless cups of coffee, patient charts and cafeteria meals. Never fear. You can receive your telemetry certification in your PJs at home. You and your patients will be glad you did.
Give those under your care peace of mind. Telemetric certification allows you to:
Monitor important health vitals such as blood pressure, heart rate and heart rhythm from the hospital or a remote location on special telemetry equipment.
Confidently interpret data for critically-ill or high-risk patients in or just out of ICU. Establish that you have the skills necessary to provide quality care to your most critical patients.
Be eligible to receive greater job opportunities like higher pay and more responsibility.
Achieve international accreditation to differentiate yourself from competitors, polish your resumé and open up the possibility to work in different locations. Stay up-to-date on telemetry best practices.
Your Path To Telemetry Certification Is Just a Few Clicks Away.
The NTA® offers numerous resources to ensure that you are ready to take and pass the exam for Telemetry Certification in Cardiac Arrhythmia Interpretation. Available are online prep courses, study guides and practice tests so that you can choose when and how you’d like to prepare.
The final exam is 180 minutes and consists of 303 questions. A score of 75% or higher is required to pass. If you successfully pass, we will send you a complimentary sew-on patch and a hard copy certification (within 7-10 business days), and we will display your registration number on our website for employers to view. You can also print off a temporary copy immediately following the exam to show them that you have passed.
You are allowed a maximum of 3 paid exam attempts within 6 months, after which you must wait a minimum of 6 months after the 3rd attempt to re-test. Once you have opened the exam, you cannot save and quit so be sure that you have a stable Internet connection and minimal distractions before you begin.