CRAT: Cardiac Rhythm Monitoring Certification Examination

The Certified Rhythm Analysis Technician (CRAT) examination is for professionals who utilize specialized monitoring equipment to analyze cardiac rhythms. This computer based exam is administered at Pearson Professional Centers year-round based on availability at the test centers. To locate a test center click here.

The application fee for the CRAT examination is $175 USD. All exam fees include a $100 USD non-refundable examination filing fee for the staff resources required to review and process applications. {CLICK HERE for Refund and Cancellation Policy}

IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ ALL THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HERE BEFORE COMPLETING AND SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION.

Qualification Requirements

All applicants must meet the following criteria:

  1. Have a high school diploma or general education diploma at the time of application.
  2. Fulfill one (1) of the qualifications of the exam for which you are applying. See qualifications listed in the tables below.
  3. Provide typed documentation to support the qualification under which you are applying. Required documentation for each qualification is listed below. CCI reserves the right to request additional information.
Qualification Prerequisite Supporting Documentation

CRAT1

Currently enrolled as a student or a graduate of a cardiovascular or allied health training program.

CRAT1

Completion certificate
OR
Student Verification Letter
OR
Educational Transcripts

CRAT2

Currently employed or previously employed in the field of Cardiovascular Technology or in a recognized allied health field (recognized by the American Medical Association (AMA)).

CRAT2

Employment Verification Letter

CRAT3

Completed requirements for a graduate or undergraduate degree from a recognized institution in a field related to science or physical health.

CRAT3

Completion certificate
OR
Student Verification Letter
OR
Educational Transcripts

CRAT4

Volunteer service in the field of Cardiovascular Technology for a minimum of two (2) years and documentation supporting full-time technical activities for a two (2) year period.

CRAT4

Employment Verification Letter

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