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Next Course: "Patient Care, and Essentials" Structured Education for the ARRT Certification applicant. Due out by June 2019 or sooner!

Your Chance to Comment
Technologists who earn credentials from ARRT must routinely assess their knowledge and skills, so they remain prepared to meet changing health care standards. That's why we created the Continuing Qualifications Requirements (CQR) process.
CQR applies to any credentials earned after Jan. 1, 2011, and to all Registered Radiologist Assistant (R.R.A.) credentials. You'll complete CQR every 10 years for each eligible discipline, and you'll have three years to complete the process.
We've discussed the concept of time-limited certifications (such as CQR) in our ARRT Rules and Regulationsfor more than a decade. To explain the details of CQR, we've created a fourth governing document: ARRT Continuing Qualifications Requirements. In accordance with our practice of soliciting input on our governing documents, we're giving you the chance to comment on this new one.
Keep in mind: we're not asking whether you support CQR. We're asking for comments on the specific policies that are part of CQR.
Then access this survey to respond.

***We prepare the Technologist for the Career and/or the Boards!***

Now providing technologist with Structured Education in over 65 Countries Worldwide!

Specializing in;

*CT Waiver Course   * Specific Devices Training Certifications  * MR Review Course  * CT Review Course  * SPECT/CT Course  * PET/MR Review  

* PET Review Course  * 1 and 4 hr HIV/Infection Control Course  * Nuclear Cardiology Review Course  * PET Accreditation Courses, and Radiation Safety Review Course!!


Clinical Competencies for
NMTCB(CT) Examination Eligibility

NMTCB has proposed implementing updates to the NMTCB(CT) Certification Examination Eligibility Requirements beginning July 1, 2019. The eligibility standards to sit for the examination will be revised to include a combination of both clinical hours and specific clinical competencies. These competencies are meant to allow for flexibility in demonstrating important skills that are vital to the understanding and performance of computed tomography procedures. The competencies may be obtained by the applicant as part of their overall clinical hours.

The proposed revision to Eligibility Requirement (B) is:

A minimum of 300 total clinical hours in Computed Tomography (PET/CT, SPECT/CT and/or CT), with documented performance of a minimum of 10 different procedures from the 65 computed tomography procedures listed below.

Procedural Requirements

  • A minimum total of 50 repetitions is required. A total of 10 or more procedures must each be completed a minimum of three (3) repetitions and maximum of five (5) repetitions. Applicants may document one procedure per patient per study.
  • The use intravenous (I.V.) contrast is required of at least 25 of the 50 procedures performed by the applicant.
  • In order for a procedure to qualify, the parameters selected for the procedure should be considered diagnostic quality and not performed for attention correction only. Each procedure should include patient assessment and preparation, patient positioning, protocol and parameter selection, post-processing and Quality Control. The applicant must demonstrate competency in Quality Assurance, including calibration checks, CT number and standard deviation (water phantom).
  • Procedures may be performed in conjunction with a PET or SPECT attenuation correction scan or a Radiation Therapy planning procedureThese procedures are eligible to count once towards the required 10 or more procedures that must be completed with a minimum of three (3) repetitions and maximum of five (5) repetitions.


  1. Complete at least 10 different procedures out of the 65 procedures listed below
  2. Complete at least 3, and not more than 5, repetitions of each of the selected procedures
  3. Complete a total of at least 50 repetitions across all of the selected procedures

Examples of how an applicant can gain a minimum of 50 repetitions:

  1. 10 procedures performed 5 times each = 50 repetitions
  2. 6 procedures performed 5 times each + 7 procedures performed 3 times each (30 + 21 = 51 repetitions)
  3. 8 procedures performed 5 times each + 4 procedures performed 3 times each (40 + 12 = 52 repetitions)

Computed Tomography Procedures

  1. Head with contrast
  2. Head without contrast
  3. Head with and without contrast
  4. Brain perfusion
  5. Brain angio
  6. Facial bones/Mandible
  7. Temporal bones
  8. Orbits
  9. Sinuses
  10. Trauma head
  11. Soft tissue neck contrast
  12. Chest with contrast
  13. Chest without contrast
  14. Chest with and without contrast
  15. Chest Angio [PE]
  16. Heart
  17. Calcium Score
  18. Low dose lung screening
  19. High resolution Chest
  20. Cervical Spine
  21. Thoracic Spine
  22. Lumbar Spine
  23. Upper extremity
  24. Lower extremity
  25. Abdomen with contrast
  26. Abdomen without contrast
  27. Abdomen with and without contrast
  28. Abdomen and Pelvis with contrast
  29. Abdomen and Pelvis without contrast
  30. Abdomen and Pelvis with and without contrast
  31. Abdomen/Pelvis [Stone]
  32. Abdomen/Pelvis [Angio]
  33. Abdomen/Pelvis [Adrenal]
  34. Abdomen Multiphase [Kidney]
  35. Abdomen Multiphase [Liver]
  36. Abdomen Multiphase [Pancreas]
  37. Abdomen/Pelvis Multiphase [Multi-use]
  38. Head/Face
  39. Head/Face/Chest
  40. Head/Face/C-Spine/Chest
  41. Head/Face/C-Spine/Neck/Chest Angio
  42. Chest/Abdomen/Pelvis wo
  43. Chest/Abdomen/Pelvis w/wo
  44. Chest/Abdomen/Pelvis [Angio]
  45. Head/Face/C-Spine [Trauma]
  46. Head/C-Spine [Trauma]
  47. Head/Neck/Chest/Abdomen/Pelvis [Trauma]
  48. Heart Chest/Abdomen/Pelvis Angio
  49. Trauma [Misc.]
  50. Fiducial Marker Placement
  51. Pelvis with contrast
  52. Pelvis without contrast
  53. Pelvis with and without contrast
  54. Pediatric* Head without contrast
  55. Pediatric* Head/Face
  56. Pediatric* Head/C-spine
  57. Pediatric* C-spine
  58. Pediatric* Neck Soft Tissue
  59. Pediatric* Chest without contrast
  60. Pediatric* Chest with contrast
  61. Pediatric* Chest/Abdomen/Pelvis
  62. Pediatric* Abdomen with contrast
  63. Pediatric* Abdomen without contrast
  64. Pediatric* Abdomen/Pelvis with contrast
  65. Pediatric* Abdomen/Pelvis without contrast

*Pediatric is defined as any patient less than 18 years old.

  • Clinical requirements may be performed on a stand-alone CT scanner or hybrid equipment (PET/CT or SPECT/CT). Candidates must choose a minimum of 10 different procedures out of the 65 procedures listed above. A minimum of 50 total repetitions is required.
  • Clinical requirements must be obtained within 3 years of application for the CT exam and may be acquired in the role of a student in an accredited nuclear medicine program.
  • Clinical requirements may be obtained prior to being certified as a nuclear medicine technologist.
  • Completion of the procedures will be confirmed by the Program Director, Clinical Coordinator, Technical Supervisor, or Supervising Physician.


New competencies for the NMTCB(CT) exam eligibility will be in place July 1, 2019.
If you have a pending application on file for the NMTCB(CT) examination, the current requirements must be met by June 30, 2019

Now available!!  

 Radiation Safety Certification Course:

The NMTCB(RS) credential is intended to display a nuclear medicine technologist's expertise in all aspects of RAM and CT radiation safety issues, while also verifying their competency in fluoroscopy, X-ray, and MRI safety matters.This credential will help supervisors, administrators, and RSOs identify nuclear certified individuals who have demonstrated their knowledge in regulatory safety issues so that hospitals and other medical radiological users can have a solid core of personnel on site who are available and properly trained. The NMTCB(RS) certification is not intended to fulfill the NRC's required criteria for Radiation Safety Officers.

Requirements to sit for the RSC Exam:

  1. Provide a letter of attestation from your supervisor or the RSO stating you have performed tasks directly associated with radiation safety over a minimum of one calendar year period. An applicant who has been on a RAM license within the last 7 years can provide a copy of the RAM license in lieu of an attestation form.
  2. Return the attestation letter or RAM license copy to the NMTCB office:

"Post-Primary Structured Educational Courses for Nuclear Medicine, PET/CT, PET/MR, SPECT/CT, Nuclear Cardiology, CT, MRI, and Molecular Imaging" Technologist have up to one year to successfully complete any of our on-line self study courses!

This course intended for Post Graduate Technologist!

We provide CE, Accreditation, Compliance, and Customized courses on-line for technologist!

Educational Requirements "POST Primary Pathways"

The education requirements for earning a credential using the postprimary pathway include: 

Important Update!

American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)

Health care is evolving—and so are the knowledge and skills R.T.s need. Now ARRT’s new Continuing Qualifications Requirements (CQR) will help you stay current in the field.

If you earned your credentials after Jan. 1, 2011, you’ll use CQR every 10 years to:

1. Develop a Professional Profile using a simple online exercise

2. Take a Structured Self-Assessment (SSA) that—while not a pass/fail test—compares your knowledge and skills with those of people earning ARRT credentials today

3. Complete any prescribed education resulting from your SSA results

Be confident that you’re ready to meet today’s patient care, quality, and safety requirements. Watch our CQR video and learn more.


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"The world's first online self-study Asynchronous Learning Management System dedicated exclusively to Nuclear Medicine, Molecular Imaging, MR, CT, Nuclear Cardiology, SPECT/CT, PET/MR, and PET/CT Education."

The ARRT's new Certification-Specific Structured Education Requirements is now in effect. This new requirement ensures that all technologist put educational emphasis on continuing education activities relevant to their board certifications they hold in order to help imaging facilities achieve their clinical and operational objectives.

Structured Educational requires that 16 Category A CE Credits must be earned per biennium for each modality in which you currently hold a certification and for any additional certification you plan on pursuing.

The PET/CT Training Institute's online self-study courses meet these requirements to help you achieve the clinical and operational outcomes that are important to your employer.

"Advancing the Sciences of Molecular Imaging- Worldwide"

Welcome to The PET/CT Training Institute's Asynchronous Learning Management System platform.

Students enrolled in this independent Asynchronous Learning Management platform have easy access to the latest online educational delivery methods.

This NMTCB, Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Technology Section, ARRT, ASRT, ICANL, ACR, and States Department of Health, Bureau of Radiation Control accepted CE courses, can be taken on the Internet, from your home, office or any convenient location where internet access is available.

The PET/CT Training Institute's online programs are web-based courses, designed by qualified faculty and staff to create an interesting, interactive learning environment.
The PET/CT Training Institute's Learning Management System is user-friendly, and courses can be taken easily by anyone with access to the World Wide Web. Lesson plans, assignments, and class schedules are posted online; while student/teacher interaction and student/student interaction can also occur over the Internet. Scheduled discussions, email messages, live chats and real-time group discussions are a few of the opportunities for interacting during your online course.

Accepted/Requirements Satisfied by our Courses:
  • Courses are ASRT accepted for Category A credit
  • All courses meet ARRT CE reporting requirements
  • All courses are accepted by ARDMS and NMTCB
  • All MRI courses are accepted by ARMRIT
  • All PET, CT, MR, and Nuclear Medicine Courses are accepted by ARRT, NMTCB, ACR, ICANL, Joint Commission, and States DOH.
  • CAMRT recognizes the Category A credit assigned to each of these courses
  • All courses meet California CE requirements
  • All courses are accepted by the Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Radiation Control.
  • Students have one year to complete any course we offer.

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A Scope of Practice is terminology that defines the procedures, actions, and processes that are permitted for a licensed/certified individual. The scope of practice is limited to that which the law allows for specific education, experience, and competency. Each jurisdiction may have laws, licensing bodies, and regulations that describe requirements for education and training, and define scope of practice. Likewise, individual institutions may also have specific bylaws that define scope of practice in the absence of the above.

The PET/CT Training Institute does not define a scope of practice or practice standards for nuclear medicine technologists or PET Technologist. The Scope of Practice or Practice Standards for Technologists is established by the professional societies that represent nuclear medicine technologists and the nuclear medicine technologist communities.

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The hybrid fusion logo, as well as the trademarks identified on the associated documentation, are trademarks of The PET/CT Training Institute and may not be used or reproduced without The PET/CT Training Institute's permission. The information presented here may not under any circumstances be resold or redistributed for compensation of any kind without prior written permission from The PET/CT Training Institute. Students are allowed up to 5 months to complete the courses, or extended. If the student exceeds the enrollment period, he/she may have to pay a reactivation penalty. Partial credit will not be issued. Each course must be successfully completed in the time allotted. A passing grade per test is 80% or greater with two attempts allowed.

NMTCB PET Exam Requirements

The NMTCB PET Examination is a time-limited exam. A successful candidate's certification will last seven (7) years from the exam date, and will expire thereafter. In order to recertify after seven years, one must meet current eligibility requirements and pass the PET Exam again.

PET CE PolicyCertification must be renewed annually AND the PET Certificant must consistently maintain NMTCB (CNMT) certification and/or ARRT(N) and/or CAMRT nuclear medicine credentials either as "Active", "in compliance" or "in good standing"

  • PET Certification is valid for up to 7 years as is consistent for all NMTCB Specialty Exams. After 7 years, recertification will be required. This means the certificant must pass a recertification examination in order to maintain the credentials.
  • Biennial Continuing Education Requirements:
  • The PET Certificant is not required to obtain addditional CE in order to maintain this specialty credential.

Exam InformationIntroduction to the PET Exam

The PET technologist is a medical imaging technologist who has a high level of knowledge in positron emission tomography and is dedicated to producing high quality, diagnostically accurate results in a manner that is safe and effective for the patient. In addition to meeting all the eligibility requirements for nuclear medicine, radiography or radiation therapy, and passing the respective certification exam, the PET technologist has additional clinical experience and knowledge specific to the use of instrumentation, radiopharmaceuticals and adjunct medications related to positron emission tomography.

The PET Exam is administered by the NMTCB as a specialty examination designed to allow the PET technologist the opportunity to demonstrate his or her expertise in the field of positron emission tomography and properly use the credentials "PET"."

Continuing Education

  • The NMTCB recognizes the passing of the PET Exam as being the equivalent of 24 hours of CE toward meeting the NMTCB CE requirements.
  • 24 SNMMI VOICE credits are awarded for passing the PET Exam. If you are not a member of the SNMMI, contact them at 703-708-9000 or to join.
  • The ARRT recognizes the passing of the PET Exam as being the equivalent of 24 hours of Category A continuing education

Eligibility Requirements

A candidate for examination must show documented evidence of the following:

  1. Active NMTCB, ARRT(N), or CAMRT(RTNM) certification -and-
  2. A minimum of 700 hours of clinical experience as a certified/registered nuclear medicine technologist on a dedicated PET scanner or PET/CT scanner

Active CAMRT(RT), CAMRT(RTT), ARRT(R) or ARRT(T) Certificants must fulfill all three requirements below:

  1. Active CAMRT(RT), CAMRT(RTT), ARRT(R) or ARRT(T) certification.
  2. 700 hours of documented clinical experience performing all aspects of PET imaging including radiopharmaceutical handling, injection (if permitted by state and/or institutional regulations) and imaging. Imaging may be performed on a PET and/or a PET/CT scanner. Supervision must be performed by a nuclear medicine physician or radiologist AND direct supervision must be performed by a certified NMTCB, ARRT(N) or CAMRT(RTNM) nuclear medicine technologist.
  3. Satisfactory completion of a minimum of fifteen (15) contact hours of coursework in each of the following areas: radiopharmacy, nuclear medicine instrumentation and radiation safety. Only coursework from an accredited college or university, accredited nuclear medicine program or approved continuing education credits recognized by NMTCB, such as VOICE/ECE, will be accepted.
  4. The PET/CT Training Institute has this approved course available online and is a Instructor guided self study course.

Exam Content

The following is an abbreviated list of the content for the NMTCB's PET Specialty Exam.

  1. Diagnostic Procedures (~35%) [70 items]
  2. Instrumentation/Quality Control (~30%) [60 items]
  3. Radiation Protection (~10%) [20 items]
  4. Radiopharmaceuticals (~25%) [50 items)

CT Exam Information

The NMTCB recently developed a new post-primary certification exam for computed tomography (CT). The NMTCB(CT) credential will be considered an extension of the entry-level nuclear medicine exam and is designed to establish the competency of a nuclear medicine technologist to perform CT procedures.

Eligibility Requirements
The eligibility requirements are as follows:

  1. A current active CNMT, ARRT, or CAMRT nuclear medicine technology certification.
  2. A minimum of 500 total clinical hours in PET/CT, SPECT/CT and/or CT.
    • Clinical hours must be obtained within 3 years of application for the CT exam.
    • Clinical hours may be acquired in the role of a student in an accredited nuclear medicine program.
    • Clinical hours may be performed on one type of scanner, or a combination of multiple scanners.
    • Clinical hours may be obtained prior to being certified as a nuclear medicine technologist.
    • Claims of clinical hours will be confirmed with the Program Director, Technical Supervisor or Supervising Physician.
  3. The completion of a minimum of thirty five (35) contact hours within the three years prior to application including a minimum of four (4) hours of each of the following categories:
    1. Contrast administration
    2. Cross-sectional anatomy
    3. X-ray physics
    4. CT radiation safety
    • The remainder of these hours must be in CT related topics.
    • These 35 contact or didactic hours may be from college credit courses from an accredited college or university, or continuing education approved by any of the organizations listed in our CE Policy, which may be found online at
    • Applicants who graduated from a nuclear medicine program before 2011 are required to have the didactic hours verified via proper documentation. Those who graduated from a JRCNMT accredited nuclear medicine program after June 2011 are considered to have met this didactic requirement. Graduates must apply for the NMTCB(CT) examination within three(3) years of completing a JRCNMT accredited nuclear medicine program.


Until June 1, 2016, the NMTCB will waive the didactic requirements for persons that hold BOTH the CNMT and ARRT's CT credentials. After that time, ALL applicants will be required to meet all of the eligibility requirements.

CT Exam Information

The NMTCB(CT) Exam will be available in the United States at IQT Testing Centers.

  • The examination will consist of 200 multiple choice questions.
  • The application fee will be $180.00.
  • Annual certification renewal will be $30.00 and certificants must have current active nuclear medicine certification/registration in order to complete renewal of CT certification.
  • In order to maintain CT credentials, certificants must complete a total of 12 hours of continuing education specific to CT in each 2 year CE cycle, in addition to the 24 hours of CE required to maintain nuclear medicine certification.


The NMTCB(CT) examination consists exclusively of 4-option multiple choice items. Each item includes a keyed (correct) response and 3 distractors (incorrect responses).

The NMTCB(CT) Examination is copyrighted and owned by the NMTCB. Any attempt to reproduce any portion of the examination is prohibited by law and violators will be vigorously prosecuted.

Calculators are allowed only if they are noiseless and battery or solar-powered. No provisions or time will be allowed or given to repair or replace broken calculators. You may not share calculators. Calculators capable of storing text (i.e., a key for every letter in the alphabet) will not be allowed.


Course Testimonials!

Dear Tim,

Thank you for the opportunity to take an on-line course for CT Review with The Institute.
I got a good start on the road for preparation for the exam. Also, online option saves me a lot of time. 

Thank you to be very supportive at any time and for help to solve all my questions.
The Review course is excellent.

Anna L. R.T. (N) CNMT
CT Review Course
Oceanside, NY

HI Tim,

“PET MR Review Course” is an excellent course that gives a great foundation for the medical imaging technologists. It would definitely benefit the nuclear medicine technologist and the MRI technologist seeking to enter the PET/MR field. 

Robert M. PhD, (Candidate) MRT(N)
PET/MR Review Course
Ontario, Canada

Hi Tim,

I wanted to let you know that after taking your CT course. I was able to pass the NMTCB exam. 

Thanks again
Don R. Friendship, Tx.
CT Registry Review Courses

Hello Mr. Marshel

I would like to personally thank you for making this easy for me and very simple. I am pleased how easy it was and I had no worries about the videos. I sure wish MORE institutions were like you and your institution because then more deaf people like me would have this opportunity. I am now processing for the License for CT - and hoping to pass my CT exam in the next year or so.

I appreciate all you have done and the easy communication.
I will for sure be back for future CEUs and so on. I find it easier for me to do this instead of having several different websites to pay for.
Again Thank you

Jessica S. CNMT
Booton, NJ, USA
"CT Registry Review Course"

Dear Tim,
Well, I did it! I passed my NMTCB! Thank you so much for having this course available. I couldn't of passed this test without it. I've learned so much from the course. I have been telling people who are struggling to definitely take it. Thank you for your help it means a lot!

Erica E., CNMT
Wichita, Ks
Alternative Eligibility Course

Hello Tim,
Hope you are having good time. I am glad to inform you that I have cleared the CNMT exam yesterday. I would like to express my heart full of gratitude to you and The PETCT INSTITUTE for providing 24*7 day support . Your motivation was my inspiration . Thanks a ton for helping all the way, which helped me to complete the national licence exam (NMTCB)successfully. Wish you happy new year 2016. Cheers and keep the inspiration up. I will definitely opt for (thepetcttraininginstitute) for my future learning.

Best Regards

Nitendra D., CNMT
New Delhi, India
Alternate Eligibility Pathway

Dear Mr.Tim,

Today, I had appeared for the nmtcb exam. I am happy to inform you that I
have cleared it successfully.

I take this moment to thank you for your support and the useful course of
alternate eligibility. Without which this wouldn't have happened.

I wish you all the very best in continuing your wonderful service.

Keep inspiring many more aspirants.

Thanks a L.O.T

Sathya N.
Bangalore, India
Alternative Eligibility, Ebooks

Dear Tim,

I want to thank you for your help. I past my NMTCB exam on the first try last Saturday.

Kind regards,

Renée van O. PET
Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates
Alternative Eligibility Course, E-Books

Hi, a quick note to let you know I passed the NMCB and the program was well design and I felt prepared for the exam. Again, thank you!

Ileana N.
Alternative Eligibility Course, E-books
Toa Baja, Puerto Rico

Good afternoon Prof Marshel,

How are you? Hope you're well, I would like to let you know that today I did the NMTCB exam and I've passed, I don't know yet the score.
Thank you very much for your help.

Vito P.
Alternative Eligibility Course
NM Registry Review E-Books
London, England, UK

Dear Professor Marshel,
The PET/CT Institute helped me pass my boards !! The modules are very informative and easy to follow!! 
Thank you Tim and staff, I would not have passed without them!!! Thank you!!
Susan C.
Providence, PA
PET Registry Review Course and Ebooks

Hi Professor Marshel

I took my NMTCB exam on 27th June. I have a happy news for you , now i become a certified nuclear medicine technologist from USA . I really appreciate your efforts for me to conquer this. Thank you so much!

Best regards

Jeny G., CNMT

Alternative Eligibility Course

Abu Dhabi

United Arab Emirates

Dear Professor Marshel,

I just want to let you know that I passed my NMTCB Exam! It was a challenging experience for me not only doing all my review but also in getting a testing site outside of US. I took a leave for two weeks to prepare last july and by the end of my leave, i would take the exam which was supposed to be in Malaysia. But, unluckily, the testing body had inform me a week before that the site is no longer available. I was really in panic! I called the isotesting and told me that the nearest country option for me were Australia or India. I have 1 week left and Australia was not possible due to Visa issues and so, I took the risk of getting the India testing Centre.

> It was a challenging experience but I have learn so many moments in going to India. I could never forget how anxious i was both the exam and the strange country that i would be going. I had an adventurous time! Anyways, With Grace, I Finally Pass!!

Thank you,

Sultan A.,CNMT
Alternative Eligibility Course
PET/CT Ebooks

Dear Tim,

I Passed!!!

A million thanks to you for your all-out support in my preparation for the NMTCB exam.
I will not fulfill my dream of achieving the NMT Certification without the PET CT
Training Institute. I appreciate all your effort even when I already completed my

Again, thank you very much!!!!

Yours truly,

Cyrus C. C. CNMT

Alternative Eligibility Course/ E-Books

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Hi Tim,

Just took rhe exam here in the eastern province of saudi arabia. Proctor said, we passed, I didi not know how but he said, we passed, me and cyrus. We'd like to thank you and pet/ct training for helping and assisting us. We couldn't make it here with out you.

We'll be in touch!

Patrick B. CNMT

Saudi Arabia

Alternative Eligibility Course and E-Books

Dear Mr. Marshel,I just wanted to take the time to Personally thank Tim and the staff at the pet/ct training institute. It felt great that anytime i hada question anytime i had a concern my questions were answered immediately. The course content made it so that you actually gainedknowledge it was easy to navigate therefore easy to complete. I would highly recommend The PET/CT TRAINING INSTITUTE to anyone not only for CE but also to challenge you self to gain more knowledge. THANK YOU TIM AND THE PET/CT TRAINING INSTITUTE I will be back in the future!!!!!

Julio P. R.T.(N), CNMT
Coral Gables, Florida
"PET/CT Course for the Nuclear Medicine Technologist"

Dear Tim,Thank you for all your help. With out your information I would not of done it! Thank you !!!!

Mark H.
Neptune Beach, FL.
Alternative Eligibility Course
PET Registry Review Ebooks
Audio Ebook

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