ECG Masterclass

ECG Masterclass

Duration: 2 Day (9:30am-4:30pm) inc.
Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Location: London (near London Bridge)

Dates Early Bird Standard Availability

16 & 17 January 2020

£300 (until 1 Dec)



23 & 24 April 2020

£300 (until 1 March)



10 & 11 September 2020

£300 (until 1 August)




This is for all you ECG and cardiology bookworms out there. You’re a busy highly qualified medical professional and you’re already confident in your ECG interpretation skills, but you feel there are still some gaps in your knowledge. Or perhaps you’ve spent several years “getting by” but you’re frustrated because there are still some areas of confusion. You’ve heard colleagues talk about high-grade AV blocks, AVNRT/AVRT, or different types of ventricular tachycardia, but you’re not entirely sure what it all means. You’d like to know more about pacing, electrolyte abnormalities, STEMI equivalents, and STEMI mimics such as takotsubo and pericarditis. Not to mention that the term “cardiomyopathy” can mean a whole host of things and is a bit of a minefield. If this is your experience and you’d finally like to nail down all these topics, then this is the seminar for you.

This is ideal for delegates who already have a good working knowledge of ECG rhythms and common 12-lead abnormalities. It quickly reviews some of the basic concepts outlined in the beginner’s course and then concentrates on intermediate to advanced topics that are not often included in basic training sessions. All topics are followed up by clinical case studies and practice sessions. More background electrophysiology is covered enabling you to gain a thorough understanding of how and why certain waveform morphologies occur. Emphasis is also given to differential diagnosis and clinical significance. All of this is particularly important for those of you who wish to acquire a comprehensive understanding of ECG interpretation, and for those involved in training other members of staff.

This seminar is suitable for anyone who has attended the beginner’s course or for medical professionals who already have a good background in ECG interpretation. It is not compulsory for delegates to have attended a prior course; however, this seminar contains a lot of fast paced information and so it’s essential that delegates can interpret common cardiac arrhythmias (such as sinus rhythms, premature beats, AF and flutter), and be able to recognise ST depression, ST elevation, and bundle branch block.

Past delegates include cardiac physiologists, specialist cardiac nurses, paramedics, and doctors.

As a delegate on this seminar you will not go home empty-handed.

Seminar materials include:

• Pre-course folder
• A soundly researched unabridged workbook
• Case studies
• A certificate of attendance
• A training resource pack:
• Axis chart & ECG pocket card




Anatomy & Physiology
• Cardiac Structure & Function
• Review of the Conduction System
• Electrophysiology
• ECG Waveforms, Vectors & Intervals

12-Lead ECG Principles & Patterns
• The Normal 12-Lead ECG
• Artefacts & Lead Placement Errors
• Calculating the Axis & Causes of Axis Deviation

Cardiac Rhythms Part III
• Review of Sinus Rhythms
• Review of Escape Rhythms
• Mechanisms of Arrhythmias
• Overview of Narrow Complex Tachycardias
• Atrial Fibrillation & Atrial Flutter
• Atrial Tachycardia, MAT, AVNRT & AVRT
• Overview of Wide Complex Tachycardias
• Types & Causes of Ventricular Tachycardia
• Locating the Origin of VT
• Accelerated Idioventricular Rhythm

Myocardial Infarction & Ischaemia Part II
• Review of Acute Coronary Syndromes
• Posterior & Right Ventricular Infarction
• Wellens’ Syndrome & De Winter T Waves
• Bundle Branch Block & MI
• STEMI Mimics: Differential Diagnosis of ST Elevation
• Differential Diagnosis of ST Depression
• Differential Diagnosis of Deep T Wave Inversion

Conduction Disturbance Part III
• Review of SA/AV Blocks & Bundle Branch Blocks
• Nodal vs. Infranodal Block
• 2:1 AV Block
• High-Grade AV Block
• Atrial Tachycardia with AV Block
• AF & Flutter with Complete Heart Block
• Understanding AV Dissociation
• WPW & ECG Localisation of Bypass Tracts
• SVTs with Aberrancy

Electrolyte Abnormalities, Drug Effects & Metabolic Disturbances
• Hyper/Hyopkalemia
• Hyper/Hypocalcemia
• Hyper/Hypothyroidism
• Hypothermia & Drug Effects

Pulmonary, Myocardial & Pericardial Abnormalities
• Pericarditis & Myocarditis
• Pericardial Effusion
• Pulmonary Embolism

Basic Pacing
• Indications for Pacing
• Bipolar & Unipolar Pacing
• Sensing & Demand Pacing
• Pacing Codes & Modes
• Single & Dual Chamber Pacing
• Pacemaker Malfunctions
• Biventricular Pacing

Cardiomyopathies, Channelopathy & Congenital Heart Defects
• Review of Chamber Enlargement
• Atrial Septal Defect
• Dextrocardia
• Brugada Syndrome
• Long QT Patterns/Syndromes
• Early Repolarisation Syndrome
• Dilated Cardiomyopathy
• Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
• Restrictive Cardiomyopathy (Amyloid)
• Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy

Systematic Approach to ECG Analysis & Case Studies

Checklists & Knowledge Checks



Bookings are on a first come first served basis. Click on the dates you would like to attend, add to the shopping cart, and check out. This will take you to our secure payment section. On receiving your booking, we will send you email confirmation and receipt of payment. Six weeks prior to the seminar you will receive your course folder which includes all the relevant course information, pre-reading literature, venue, travel and hotel details. Delegates are advised not to book travel tickets or accommodation until they have received this. If you would like to arrange a BACS transfer, please contact us directly so that we can raise an invoice. We no longer accept cheques.

All prices include VAT.

All terms and conditions can be found here.

For the ECG for Beginners click here.