How to Become a Cardiovascular Technician
Most employers prefer to hire candidates who have an associate's degree or bachelor's degree. Without a degree, it isn't possible to earn a certification.
Certifications are important in this occupation, because many insurance providers won't pay for services if they aren't administered by a certified technician. To become certified, technicians need to graduate from an accredited program and pass a test. There are numerous certifications available, and the one you choose should align with your chosen area of specialty.