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11th and 12th April 2018, Glyntaf Campus, University of South Wales, Treforest

Do you perform resting 12 lead ECGs? Would you like to improve your knowledge of the procedure? Would you like to improve your knowledge of the interpretation of ECGs?

This 2 day course provides the knowledge and skills required to produce an accurate resting 12 lead ECG and perform basic interpretation of the recording. A hands-on approach offers opportunity for all levels of experience to gain a deeper understanding of this important procedure.

Led by an experienced cardiac physiologist and tutor, you will learn skills such as accurate electrode placement and trouble-shooting. You will also spend time learning to recognise the important aspects of the ECG recording, with an introduction to rhythm recognition and common abnormalities seen on the 12 lead ECG.

Cost: £150*

*HCSWs may wish to attend Day 1 only. Please speak to the tutor.

For further information, please email [email protected], or tel 01443 482283.

To book both days, please click here.

To book day 1 only, please click here.

Due to the practical nature of the course, spaces are strictly limited, so please book early!

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Project Manager, NHS Strategic Health Authority, South of England

I can definitely recommend the course and USW Commercial Services Ltd

Claire James, Training Officer, Memory Lane Cakes

Good level of discussion throughout. Nice and informal, relaxed debate generated by the tutor

Delegate, FA Wales