Computed Tomography (CT)
Are you interested in CT certification through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) or earning Continuing Education Units (CEU) from the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT)? Do you want to specialize your education to help make yourself more marketable in your organization and field? Then our fully online CT training in Minnesota and Wisconsin may be perfect for you! In our CT training, also known as CAT scan training, you will advance your skills in a medical imaging modality that provides physicians with clear and accurate resources to diagnose a disease or an acute condition.
Developed by experienced instructors and industry experts, this 18.25-hour, non-credit Computed Tomography training is fully online, self-paced and meets the structured education requirement needed to sit for the ARRT certification exam.1 This convenient, easy-to-use online system helps you develop skills through videos, images and interactive elements, including assessments to affirm your proficiency at your own pace. For $550, you can invest in your career and your patients.
We've been training healthcare professionals for 15 years. You'll learn through curriculum that is online by design, built to help capable and busy people move into in-demand healthcare careers like radiologic technology, nursing, surgical technology, and more. We also offer 24/7 tech support while you complete your fully online CT training.
Rasmussen University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org), an institutional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
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Strive for Industry Certification
Our Computed Tomography training helps you fulfill the academic portion required to sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification exam. By earning ARRT certification, you will join the ranks of verified professionals.
Help Advance Your Career
In-depth CT training can help you pursue growth in your healthcare career and future opportunities. You’ll learn how to take clear images, collaborate with physicians and confidently support your patients.
Help Fulfill In-Demand Procedures
According to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), CT procedures are showing acceleration—between 3.7% and 5.2%—in the United States. As the demand for CT procedures increases, you can help fill the need for certified CT specialists.
What Skills Will I Gain?
Fundamental CT Technology
Learn the fundamentals of CT technology and processes. Develop your knowledge of how the CT tech uses x-rays in order to provide images of tissues, organs and skeletal structure.
Patient Care and Safety
Evaluate the principles of patient care and safety within the CT exam environment. Communicate to patients the steps of the CT procedure to help them feel secure and supported.
High-Quality CT Procedures
Describe the components of image evaluations and formation. Understand and perform protocols for scanning the chest, abdomen, pelvis, spine, head, neck and musculoskeletal system.
Comprehensive CT Analysis
Analyze the function of system components in CT procedures. Collaborate with physicians on the cross-sectional images of anatomical structures and pathology.
What Will My Schedule Look Like?
CT training courses are fully online and self-paced, meaning that you can learn whenever works best for you and your schedule. The CT training course curriculum is delivered in easily digestible content, from videos and images to more interactive elements, like self-assessments, to help confirm what you are learning. The online format saves your progress in real time, allowing you to stop and complete your work later at a more convenient time. You have 180 days to complete your CT training after your first access. Note that you must begin the training within 30 days of payment.
100% Online & Self-Paced
$550 Affordable Training
Where Can I Find CT Training Near Me?
Computed Tomography training at Rasmussen University is fully online, but, currently, only available to residents in Minnesota and Wisconsin. While learners will be completing their CT training classes online, they will be able to receive 24/7 tech support.
What Should I Know Before I Register?
The Computed Tomography (CT) Training is designed to satisfy only the structured education requirement for a post-primary eligibility pathway Computed Tomography (CT) certification from the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Additional certification requirements apply, which are not provided by Rasmussen University. The full requirements of this certification are:
- Current ARRT certification and registration in radiography, nuclear medicine technology or radiation therapy
- Structured education requirements
- Clinical education requirements (completed within 24 months of application)
- Ethics requirement
- Examination requirement
This training does not satisfy requirements 1, 3, 4 or 5.
In order to register for the CT Training, a current ARRT certification and registration in radiography, nuclear medicine technology or radiation therapy is required, and will be verified by Rasmussen University. Upon such verification, the prospective learner will be notified and allowed to register for the CT Training.
As part of the registration process for Computed Tomography training, Rasmussen University will verify your current certification. You must be certified or registered in one of the following areas: radiography, nuclear medicine technology or radiation therapy.
Steps to Registration
To register for our CT training in Minnesota and Wisconsin, follow the steps below:
- Fill out the self-registration form, including the name and address on your current certification
- Await welcome email with detailed next steps
- Rasmussen University will verify your certification and you will then be sent a registration agreement
- Complete registration agreement
- Receive email to complete payment
- After payment, registration is complete and you’re ready to begin CT classes
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Learners must access the training modules within 30 days of payment approval and complete all work in the assessment within 180 days of first access. The structured education requirement is just one of the requirements for the ARRT Computed Tomography certification. For a list of requirements, please see the "What Should I Know Before I Register?" section below.
- This rate does not include the $15 book fee and applicable state taxes.
- Healthcare Dive, [information accessed November 11, 2019] https://www.healthcaredive.com/news/imaging-test-usage-is-re-accelerating-jama-study-finds/562212/. Employment conditions in your area may vary.