A 6-week comprehensive ECG interpretation and arrhythmia management short course designed for clinicians who require knowledge and skills to interpret a normal 12-lead electrocardiogram, to recognise deviations from normal and to implement appropriate management.

The program will be delivered over 6 weeks of 2-hour sessions (a 60-minute lecture and a 60-minute face-to-face tutorial).


Online interactive webinar format (delivered live)


This is the third intake for 2024, and runs 5 September to 10 October (every Thursday for 6 weeks) from 10am to 12pm.

See our Trybooking event for other 2024 intakes.

Intended Learning Outcomes

  • Apply an understanding of normal cardiac function and electrophysiology to a cardiac assessment
  • Apply basic principles of cardiac rhythm analysis to a rhythm strip and correctly identify normal and abnormal cardiac rhythms
  • Demonstrate knowledge application of interpreting abnormalities in a 12-lead ECG
  • Be able to recognise life-threatening arrhythmias and acute ECG changes and initiate timely management actions
  • Describe the causes, significance, treatment, and management in the different types of heart blocks and arrhythmias
  • Analyse modalities of treatment for arrhythmias: non-pharmacological and pharmacological

Target audience

Medical, nursing, related allied health

When is this event?

5 September 2024 — 10 October 2024

How long will this event run for?

This event is 6 x 2-hour sessions, every Thursday for 6 weeks.

How can I book?

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Melbourne Clinical Simulation Centre
The RMH Parkville
Ground Level West
300 Grattan St, Parkville, Victoria