CCSH Exam Preparation BRPT-Approved STAR Program



The Certification in Clinical Sleep Health (CCSH) Exam Preparation course (PSGT 2074) reviews the fundamentals of polysomnography while introducing the healthcare professional to the role of the clinical sleep health professional. The course consists of 14 modules of instruction and concludes with a 100-question final exam formatted similarly to the CCSH exam. 


Modules include:

Sleep architecture and variations in normal sleep

Pathophysiology, epidemiology, and clinical presentation of abnormal sleep

Sleep disorder clinical presentation criteria

Sleep and medical history

Impact of co-morbid conditions

Questionnaires, surveys, and diagnostic testing

Evaluation of treatment

Patient and family education

Sleep hygiene

Collaborative sleep programs

Performance improvement and quality

Sleep disorders as a public health issue

Technology in education

Evaluation in healthcare education


Cost is $250. 


Our next course offerings for PSGT 2074 are as follows:

The OCT section will start October 16, 2023. This section is listed under the Cont Ed Fall 2023 (Aug-Dec) section of the schedule. The CRN is 71106.


Students have up to 8 weeks to complete all modules and the final exam. If students earn an average of 75% on all course quizzes and earn a minimum of 75% on the final exam, they will be provided a certificate of completion that can be used to apply for Pathway #3 of the BRPT’s CCSH exam (BRPT STAR Program # CSS002). The course is also eligible for 48 continuing sleep technology education credits that have been approved by the BRPT as long as the student meets the requirements to receive the certificate of completion for the course as outlined above.


Students who have not taken Continuing Education courses at Collin College must first complete a Continuing Education application by going to this link and follow the instructions: Application for New CE Students - Collin College. If you are an international student, you will need to call 1-972-985-3711 to register for classes. Courses must be paid for the same day students register, or the system will drop the registration.