This course is supported by NHS (National Education Service) and is designed to provide academic and practical training to enable radiology helpers to upgrade to Assistant Practitioner. Because of practical content applicants must be employed within a radiology department. It is possible to undertake specialist options in either Therapeutic or Diagnostic Radiography. Approved by the College of Radiographers for registration of practitioners
(SCQF Level 7)
Employment in a clinical environment at the grade of Trainee Assistant Practitioner (or equivalent) plus employer recommendation. If no work experience then Higher Science, Biology and/or Physics (grade D or above) plus Intermediate 2 English/Communications.
Psychology; Physiology; Anatomy; Radiotherapy; Patient care; Clinical Oncology; Imaging Techniques; Diagnostic Radiography.
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1.5 Academic years
August - January
6.5 hours - 1 day college
Can lead to:
Assistant Practitioner post and registration. Possible BSc (Hons) Degrees in: Diagnostic Imaging Science (Radiography) Radiation Oncology Science.
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