CLASS OF 2019 ENROLLMENT HAS BEGUN!
We are currently taking applications for the academic year beginning September, 2018.
ATI admission requirements for the 8 month Cardiac Device Program are as follows:
The number of qualified students to be accepted into the school will be determined annually by the Board of Directors.
Students, to be qualified, must have completed a baccalaureate degree or have a minimum of an Associate’s Degree with suitable experience in a related field such as nursing, medicine, electronics or engineering.
Students will be accepted by the school only after their application, essay, college transcripts, current curriculum vitae or resume and two letters of reference (professional individuals) have been evaluated as satisfactory. The essay should be 1 to 2 pages and should focus on why the applicant is interested in entering into the CRM industry. The student must also interview with a school official coinciding with an on-site visit of the school facilities. Applications are accepted all year so apply today.
The school may refuse admission to any student who does not meet all of the above requirements. The standards for continuance in the program shall be clearly stated and be made available to the student. The school reserves the right to choose among qualified applicants.
- Completed Application
- College Transcripts (Unofficial or Official)
- Essay (1-2 pages)
- Two Letters of Recommendation
- Casual Photo
*Successfully passing a criminal background check*. We conduct this once the candidate has been accepted.
In addition, students are required to carry health insurance for interaction in the clinical portions of the program. This insurance is not available through the school and is not covered by tuition. Proof of health insurance will be required prior to class attendance, as well as vaccination records proving vaccination against TB (by PPD test within the past year), rubella and rubeola, mumps, varicella, and tetanus (or tetanus booster within the last 10 years). If shots records are not available for rubella, rubeola, mumps or varicella, students will be requested to have a titer drawn. As students will be working in the health care field and typically work for companies that require drug screening, students will be asked to submit to a drug screening test during the course of the school year. This list may be updated periodically to reflect affiliated hospital requirements for clinical training. It is recommended that students also get vaccinated against hepatitis (three shots over a six-month period).
Please feel free to contact Tracy Simmer, our administrative assistant and admissions coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you might have about the application process.
Please complete the Full Application and upload your Resume, Unofficial/Official College Transcripts, Essay, Two Letters of Recommendation & Casual Photo below.
Once we have received all of these documents you will be considered for an onsite interview.