- Associate's degree or graduate of an accredited Electroencephalographic or Electo-Neurodiagnostic Technician program OR High School diploma/GED with 1 registration.
- Registered as an Electroencephalographic Technician (REEGT) by the American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic Technologists (ABRET).
- One year of EEG experience
- BLS through the American Heart Association with card in-hand before start date, and current AHA BLS must be good through sixty days of hire.
- Formal Neurodiagnostic training
- Board Registry of Electo-Neurodiagnostic Technologists (ABRET): EEG, EP or CLTM certification, Graduation from a CAAHEP Program
- Bachelor's Degree
- Double registry: R. EEG T. and EP by The American Board Registry of Electo-Neurodiagnostic Technologists (ABRET) preferred
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