At A Glance

RCSA™ uses Simulation as a method of teaching medical professionals to apply theory to practice based on a controlled learning environment.

The Cath-Lab is a fast-paced environment requiring attention to details, quick assessment skills and critical situational thought processes. These skills are best learned though applied practical knowledge and hands-on experience.

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Assessment Process

All applicants will be assigned to our certified training site. Each examinee has 55 minutes per case study, and must complete eight case studies per day. Any of the assigned cases studies may include adverse event such as cardiac arrest, hypotension, vaso-vagal reflex. A minimum passing score on the “hands-on" examination is 85%. Each applicant will receive CE credits upon completion of program.

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Professional Satisfaction

If you are a cardiovascular professional, who has made a decision to excel as a medical specialist or as cardiovascular specialist assistant, this program will enlighten your cognitive, clinical, and technical skills. We guarantee an enhancement of each professional's true self-image, true self-worth, and true self-motivation that will lead one to excel as a altruist in the field of cardiovascular medicine.

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SIMULATORS PROMOTE ADVANCED SKILLSETS

Colleges and Universities throughout the United States are currently using Simulation Technology to ensure their graduating students receive the best motor-skill experiences and advanced academic training.

Many practicing Cardiovascular Professionals have never had the opportunity to experience or receive this type of Academic Training. RCSA™ can provide Senior Cath-Lab Specialists & Assistants with the procedural knowledge and the innovative skills they need to be proficient in their chosen career field.

Together with your years of experience and the RCSA Simulation Certification Program, you will develop a professionally recognized skillset that is second to none in the dynamic field of cardio-vascular medicine.