This New Year’s Day, ARRT’s rules regarding ethics violations will change. Beginning Jan. 1, 2017, you’ll have to report any potential ethics violation within 30 days of its occurrence (or at your annual renewal, whichever comes first).
It’s the learning you gain from continuing education (CE) activities - and not the new credentials you might subsequently earn - that’s important to ARRT. And that’s why we’re changing the CE requirements related to earning additional credentials.
If you’re pursing a postprimary credential, you already know about clinical experience requirements.
Exam windows are the amount of time you have to take an examination after ARRT processes your application for certification and registration. In the past, they were 90 days; in the future, they’ll be 365 days.
Earlier this year, our Computed Tomography (CT) certification and registration program became the first such program accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA).
Beginning Jan. 1, 2017, the ARRT Radiography exam will refer to radiation measurements in the International System of Units (SI units) only.
ARRT’s Board of Trustees has two new members: a Registered Radiologist Assistant (R.R.A.) and a radiation oncologist.
In the past, you earned your certification once, and you updated your registration each year. You probably considered those events two separate things.