OhioHealth Sleep Services

ASTEP FAQ

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ASTEP Frequently Asked Questions


Where is the training course held?
The training course is held at our OhioHealth Sleep Services Central Business Office (CBO) for didactics and the clinical practical sessions at our Bethel Road Sleep Center facility in Columbus, Ohio. View Map
How will I be notified if I have been accepted into the program?
Once your application has been reviewed you will be notified via email or phone that you have been accepted.
Once I have been accepted, what is my next step?
You will receive an enrollment agreement packet via e-fax or mail. Once completed and signed, return the completed enrollment agreement by mail with a $500 deposit by money order, certified bank check or personal check made out to OhioHealth Sleep Services or credit card by phone in order for completion of enrollment into the Sleep Technologist Education Program. Remainder of tuition balance is due two weeks prior to the start date of the program.

Cindy Campana
RPSGT, RST, Education Coordinator
OhioHealth Sleep Services
9200 Worthington Rd. Suite 230B
Westerville, Ohio 43082

I am coming from out of state, will my hotel be provided for me or do I need to make my own arrangements?
You will need to make your own accommodation arrangements. Click here for Hotels in the area.
Are meals included?
Meals are not provided and are not included in the cost of the training program. However, there are a variety of restaurants within a one-to-three mile radius.
How long am I able to cancel my enrollment and will I receive a full refund?
You will need to cancel as soon as possible. One month notice is preferred. If you need to cancel, it will be credited to another program session.
What happens if I miss a day during the program?
Contact ASTEP Program Director or Technical Director for details at (614) 259-6983.
Will I be working on actual patients?
You will be using an actual sleep lab center but patients will either be volunteers or students within the class.
Who teaches the class?
OhioHealth Sleep Services staff physicians, Program Director, Technical Director and RPSGTs help give the didactic lectures during the program. Practicals are given by the RPSGTs.
What is the job market for the sleep technologists?
Sleep Medicine is one of the fastest growing fields in health care. Millions of people suffer from any one of the various sleep disorders. There is a demand nationwide for qualified sleep technologists.

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