Medical Radiological Technology Review
The Medical Radiological Technology Review Program enables MRTs to update their professional skills by reviewing the major principles, theory and procedures used by practitioners today. With the exception of the clinical practicum, all courses are computer based - they may be completed from home! The program exam courses simulate the format and content coverage of the CAMRT national certification examination.
The Program serves technologists who have previous training and experience, but who have not practiced in the past five years. This is an opportunity for them to refresh their knowledge and skills prior to attempting the comprehensive exam and entering the mandatory practicum. Successful completion of the exam and practicum qualifies MRT Review students to re-acquire their Alberta permit-to-practice. This program is recognized by other provinces for technologists who are seeking to re-enter the profession.
The Program's theory courses qualify for the Continuing Competence Program (CCP) hours required of current MRTs by the Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic Therapeutic Technologists (ACMDTT). The computer-based courses range from 12 to 51 hours and are delivered online. Within a generous, but specified time limit, students complete a course of studies at their own pace.
NOTE: This program is not an entry level program.