The NAIT Medical Radiological Technology Review program serves technologists with previous training and work experience in the industry who want to review and practice their skills. This program offers medical radiological technologists a flexible pathway to update their professional skills by reviewing the major principles, theory and procedures used by practitioners today.
This program is not intended for basic entry-level training or as a bridging program for internationally training medical radiological technologists. For prospective students residing in Alberta, please contact the Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic & Therapeutic Technologists (ACMDTT) to determine eligibility. ACMDTT can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 1-800-282-2165.
It is recommended that out-of-province students confirm with their provincial registering body that NAIT's MRT Review program meets their provinces needs for licensure and re-licensing.
The Medical Radiological Technology Review program provides technologists with the opportunity to refresh their knowledge and skills related to the art and science of radiography.
Within a generous but specified time limit, you will complete a course of studies at your own pace. You will also apply your education in a workplace setting through a clinical practicum. To qualify for clinical practicum, you will need to successfully complete all of the Medical Radiological Technology Review program courses and pass the Program Challenge Exam. Although NAIT will provide support and assistance in your search for a suitable clinical placement, it will ultimately be your responsibility to search for and secure an appropriate clinical placement.
The NAIT Medical Radiological Technology Review program will help you return to the labour market by targeting your specific needs and the needs of your employer.
After successful completion of the program, you will be given a letter of verification for the appropriate association or organization.
For entry into this program, you must be a graduate of a recognized Canadian Radiological Technology Program, have successfully passed the CAMRT Radiological Technology exam and have work experience in Canada. This program is not recommended for applicants who have not practiced in the past five years.
For more information, please contact the Medical Radiological Technology Review program at email@example.com.