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Sleep Technician (A-STEP)

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The Moraine Park Sleep Technician (A-STEP) Program is designed for individuals interested in sleep medicine. Professionals currently employed as respiratory therapists, electroencephalography (EEG) technicians, and polysomnography (PSG) technicians to work within sleep labs preferred. The program is also appropriate for the new sleep technologist or allied healthcare professional, who is seeking an introduction to, or review of, sleep medicine and polysomnography.

This training is an 80-hour face-to-face introductory course that includes online, classroom and lab experiences. Click here to access a sample Sleep Technician Trainee job description.

Students must complete all four of the following courses:

– Sleep Staging
– Monitoring Sleep, Cardio and Respiratory Systems
– Sleep Discorders
– Sleep Abnormalities & Pediatric Polysomnography

Monday-Friday, March 11-22, 2019
9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (one night sleep test observation may be required)
Fond du Lac Campus
CRN’s: 30576, 30577, 30578, 30579

Please call 920-924-6408 or email lschelter@morainepark.edu for more information.


Sleep Technician RPSGT Board Prep

Expand your knowledge of sleep technician topics such as Study Performance/Instrumentation, Scoring and Data Processing, Perform Theraputic Treatment and Intervention, as well as Therapy Adherence and Management. Students seeking an intensive review of the field of sleep technology prior to taking the RPSGT exam should take this course to explore the topics that will help improve your changes for success on the exam. Course is recommended for RPSGT and RRT candidates taht want to focus on sleep topics. Students should have at least six months of clinical sleep technology experience or be within 90 days of becoming board eligible by the BRPT or ABSM.

Saturday, April 27, 2019
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Fond du Lac Campus, O-103
CRN’s: 31061


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