What Is Some Information on ASRT Continuing Education?


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The American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) provides continuing education courses in subjects such as computed tomography, nuclear medicine, radiology assistance, sonography and radiation therapy. These courses can be used to fulfill requirements established by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, which requires that radiologic technologists earn 24 continuing education credits every two years.

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All ASRT members have online access to the system and can use it to track their CE credits. ASRT maintains a list of all CE credits taken by its members and identifies those which are categorized as A or A+ credits. All ARST CE credit courses are designated as A or A+ credit and can be used to fulfill the requirements.

CE credits post to members' accounts within 10 days of the organization receiving appropriate documentation. Members should contact ASRT if their credits do not post to their CE records after 10 days. ARST transfers members' CE credits to the ARRT every day beginning two months before the two-year end date until one month after the two-year end date. ASRT will also accept CPR certification for CE credit tracking in the system if it was received from an advanced cardiac life support, pediatric advanced life support or instructor training course.

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