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Why become an EEG Tech?

The Neurodiagnostic field is one that is rapidly growing, as science and medicine continues to advance. There is a large need for technicians capable of running high quality EEG tests throughout the U.S. and other countries!

Love your job!

If you're a person who would like to have a fulfilling career in the medical field, but do not have the resources to attend traditional medical schools, this program may be for you!

See the World!

EEG Techs are needed throught the U.S. as well as Canada and other countries! A career in EEG allows you to be able to work in all the cities you've wanted to live.

Great Salary

A career in EEG is one that pays well. Some of our students earn more than $50 an hour!

Why NeuroDiagnosTechs?

It's a "no brainer".

Job placement

We wont stop until you're hired!

Hands on work

Learn at your own pace

Small classrooms and flexible schedules!


  • What is EEG?


    An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a noninvasive test that records electrical patterns in your brain. The test is used to help diagnose conditions such as seizures, epilepsy, head injuries, dizziness, headaches, brain tumors and sleeping problems. It can also be used to confirm brain death. The billions of nerve cells in your brain produce very small electrical signals that form patterns called brain waves. During an EEG, small electrodes and wires are attached to your head. The electrodes detect your brain waves and the EEG machine amplifies the signals and records them in a wave pattern on graph paper or a computer screen.

  • Are online courses available?

    We will soon be launching an online program for those who are not able to attend class in person. Sat==tay tuned for more details!

  • Evoked Potentials

    Evoked potential (EP) tests measure the electrical activity of the brain in response to stimulation of specific sensory nerve pathways. They are able to detect the slowing of electrical conduction caused by damage (demyelination) along these pathways even when the change is too subtle to be noticed by the person or to show up on neurologic examination.

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