This course explores the academic theory behind the various Computed Tomography (CT) techniques and provides you with the knowledge and ability to make informed decisions and judgements about your clinical role.
In order to become a competent and professional member of the team you must understand all aspects of the role and appreciate the factors which can affect the final diagnoses. You must be able to critically analyse this information and apply it to the clinical setting.
It is essential that you be in a position which will enable you to keep up to date with current trends within the speciality of CT. Through the use of student discussions throughout the duration of the course you will be exposed to a range of current working protocols in use in a range of differing clinical settings. This information will enable you to make informed decisions concerning best practice in CT.
This course will provide you with an understanding of the principles and techniques available for use within CT and to allow you to apply your knowledge and skills to the clinical situation and become a confident and reflective practitioner.
Who is it for?
This course is designed for radiography practitioners with experience in computed tomography. For this course, in order to undertake the assessments, you must spend a minimum of six weeks in a clinical CT department while the course is running.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 26, 27 and 28 September 2022
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 10, 11 and 12 October 2022
This course develops the professional competency of radiography practitioners, allowing them to understand all aspects of their role.
This course is worth 30 credits at Level 7.
This short course module is designed to be flexible in allowing you to study and reach your goals at your own pace. Our health CPD courses are credit-bearing modules that contribute to a University degree or award.
Transfer course credits towards postgraduate taught degree
As a health care professional, once you've completed this course you could offset 30 credits as part of a postgraduate programme, continuing your study with further modules to make up a Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) 60 credits, Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) 120 credits or Master of Science (MSc) 180 credits qualification (all credits must be awarded within five years of study commencing).
This course is worth 30 credits
This course can be used a module, contributing to a University degree or award.
Find a list of degrees this module can contribute towards:
MSc Radiography (Computed Tomography)