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The ESC is offering cardiology practitioners a range of certifications to test and assess their knowledge, skills and performance in their practice following post-graduation, educational and training experiences.
ESC certifications are both a proof of professional excellence to the patients and a way for practitioners to enhance their good practice.
ACCA certification for Acute Cardiac Care
HFA certification for Heart Failure
EHRA certifications for: Allied Professionals on Cardiac Pacing & ICDs; Cardiac Pacing & ICDs; Invasive Cardiac Electrophysiology
EACVI certifications for: Transthoracic Echocardiography; Transoesophageal Echocardiography; Congenital Heart Disease Echocardiography; Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance; Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Congenital Heart Disease; Nuclear Cardiology; Cardiac Computed Tomography
EAPCI certification for Interventional Cardiology
This part consists of an exam with multiple choice questions (MCQs). The passing scores for each section are established after each exam within the Sub-Committee, based on statistical performance of individual questions and on the average level of scores taken from the respective examination.
Candidates will have to pass the theoretical section successfully before going to the second part. For the practical part, candidates must submit a logbook. It is designed to demonstrate the training, skills and experience of the applicant, under the guidance of supervisors. This part involves practical skills assessment.
Registration is closed
The next TTE certification exam will be held during EuroEcho-Imaging Congress on Thursday 8 December 2016 in Leipzig, Germany.
Registration will open approximately 3 months before the exam.
Registration is open
The next EACVI/EACTA exam in TOE will be held during the EuroEcho-Imaging Congress 2016 in Leipzig, Germany.
The next EACVI/AEPC exam in CHD will be held during EuroEcho-Imaging Congress 2016 on Friday 9 December 2016 in Leipzig, Germany.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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