Electroneurodiagnostic Technology (END) graduates should qualify for the ABRET Exam and may be employed by hospitals or private offices of neurologists and neurosurgeons.
Electroneurodiagnostics (END) is one of the newer and most rapidly growing specialties in the medical field. It is devoted to the recording and study of the electrical activity of the brain and nervous system. END technologists record electrical activity arising primarily from the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, or somato-sensory systems using a variety of techniques and instruments.
Class Schedule/Length for the END Program
END classes are held during the day. Students are expected to participate in classroom, laboratory, and clinical (hospital) experiences. Students may be required to travel to out-of-town clinical sites. The END program consists of four (4) semesters which takes two (2) years to complete. Graduate of the program will be eligible to apply to take the registration examination sponsored by the American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technology (ABRET).
Please note: Clinical facilities may require students to undergo criminal background checks and/or drug testing. Clinical facilities may refuse access to clinical experiences based on the results of criminal background checks and/or drug testing, which would result in the student being unable to continue in the END program.
Take pride in your previously earned career experience. Registered END technicians (ABRET) who are currently employed can apply knowledge of electroneurodiagnostics toward an online associate bridge program in Electroneurodiagnostic Technology.
All courses will be offered in an online format and can be started throughout the year.
Students will have the opportunity to challenge the final exam for any current didactic Electroneurodiagnostic Technology program course. Students who score less than 80 will be required to take the course.
END Technologists can work in hospital, physician’s offices, clinics, research facilities, and specialized epilepsy and sleep centers. Employment opportunities are available in this county and throughout the nation. Salaries range from $37,800 to $97,000 with an average salary of about $40,000. Credentialed practitioners tend to earn more.
Electroneurdiagnostic has a 100% job placement for 2016 graduates
Electroneurodiagnostic Yearly Outcome
Derived from the 2014 CoAEND annual Report
|Year||Percentage of Students Placed|
- Electroneurodiagnostic Technology, AAS
- Electroneurodiagnostic Technology Bridge Program
Please see the catalog for more information about the degree option in this curriculum.
» Student Medical Forms (Please do not submit these to CVCC.)
The following activities are examples of the kind of activities which a student in the Electroneurodiagnostic Technology (END) program will be required to perform in order to successfully complete the program. If an accepted applicant believes that he/she cannot meet one of more of the standards without accommodations or modifications, the applicant should consult the director of the program for student with disabilities.
|Critical Thinking||The END student should possess critical thinking ability sufficient for clinical judgment.||Student must be able to identify cause-effect relationships in clinical situations.|
|Interpersonal Skills||The END student shall possess interpersonal abilities sufficient to interact with individuals, families, groups, etc. from a variety of social, emotional, cultural and intellectual backgrounds.||Student shall establish rapport with clients/patients and health care team members.|
|Communication Skills||The END student shall possess communication abilities sufficient for interaction with others in verbal and written form.||Explain procedures, document and interpret technical actions and patient/client responses.|
|Mobility||The END student shall possess physical abilities sufficient to move from room to room and maneuver in small spaces, stand, and walk for extensive periods of time.||Moves around in patients' rooms, work spaces, and treatment areas; administer cardiopulmonary procedures.|
|Motor Skills||The END student shall possess gross and fine motor abilities sufficient to provide safe and effective care.||Calibrate and use equipment; position patients/clients.|
|Hearing||The END student shall possess auditory ability, sufficient to monitor, and assess health needs.||Hear monitor alarms, emergency signals, and cries for help.|
|Visual||The END student shall possess visual ability sufficient for observation and assessment necessary in care.||Observe patient/client responses, see calibration of equipment, and assess patient.|
|Tactile||The END student shall possess tactile ability sufficient for physical assessment.||Perform palpation, application of electrodes.|
|Weight-Bearing||The END student shall possess ability to lift and manipulate/move 45-50 pounds, weekly and sometimes daily.||Position patients/clients and move equipment|
|Cognitive Abilities||The END student shall possess ability to be oriented to time, place and person, organize responsibilities, and make decisions.||Student shall assess client/patient complaints and implement appropriate plans.|
|Occupational Exposures||The allied health/END student may be exposed to communicable diseases and/or body fluids, toxic substances, medical preparations, and latex. Students shall use appropriate precautions at all times.||Student may be assigned a client/patient with a communicable disease and shall provide total care using universal precautions.|
Please note: Examples are not all inclusive.
If you have a disability and need accommodations, please contact the Counselor/Students with Disabilities Program at least 72 hours in advance at (828) 327-7000, ext. 4222 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions regarding admissions requirements, contact:
(828) 327-7000, ext. 4216