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EHRA Education

Maintain a high standard of professional excellence among cardiologists specialised in pacing and arrhythmias



"Our aim is to provide high quality education in cardiac rhythm disorders in ESC member and affiliated countries through structured educational activities."

EHRA Theoretical courses

  • Invasive Cardiac Electrophysiology courses (EP)   

There are 3 Invasive EP courses:

These tracks may help in the preparation for the respective EHRA Certification Exams for those who wish to take these exams.

Target audience: Electrophysiologists and Fellows in Electrophysiology

Target audience: Physicians and fellows who perform device implantations, and who wish to acquire knowledge in lead management and extraction techniques

Target audience: Cardiologists, Electrophysiologists, Allied professionals


Monthly online training programmes on arrhythmias, these webinars are free for EHRA members.

Access Webinars


The ESC e-Learning (ESCeL) platform hosts educational material of different cardiology subspecialities. EHRA contributes modules including case presentations and webcasts from previous interventional electrophysiology and pacing courses.

Complementary teaching initiatives

EHRA endorses and affiliates scientific programmes. Check the procedure hereafter:

Check the programmes below:

Training Fellowships

EHRA Training Fellowships aim at promoting the development of academic medicine in the field of clinical electrophysiology with emphasis on catheter ablation. Check the different career development opportunities