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  • Our courses have been awarded continuing education credit by an American Registry of Radiologic Technologists® (ARRT®) approved Recognized Continuing Education Evaluation Mechanism (RCEEM) such as the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT), the Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA), and the  Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT). Our courses also meet national registry requirements for ARDMS, NMTCB, CCI, and MQSA.

    Certain states such as Texas, Florida, California, Oregon, Massachusetts, New Mexico and Iowa have specific requirements. We have designed select courses that meet requirements in these states, but it is the responsibility of the technologist to ensure the selected course meets their state’s requirement.

    Get Your CEU is an approved provider (#3201355) by the Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Radiation Control.

    Review your state’s requirements if you have any questions.
    Individual State Licensure info

  • To be active status the ARRT® requires 24 category “A” CE every two years (biennium). Your biennium starts the year you become registered and is linked to your birth month. You must submit your CE credits within the three months prior to your birth month. Example: If you were born in October you must submit your credits every two years between July-September to be within your submission window. If you miss the window the ARRT® will put you on CE probation. You will have to pay an additional fee and submit your CE for approval within six months to be removed from probation.

    For more information refer to the ARRT® CE requirements. Read More

    Limited radiographer’s license or certification is issued through your individual state regulatory agency.

    Refer to your state’s requirement for additional information. Read More

    Those holding certification or registration in Sonography by the ARRT® are required to complete a minimum of 16 sonography-specific CE credits as part of the required 24 CE biennial credits. R.R.A.s must complete 50 A+ CE credits within a biennium. Refer to the ARRT® continuing education requirements for more information. Read More

    The FDA MQSA does require 15 continuing education units in mammography during the 36 months period defined in 900.12. At least 6 of the continuing education units required shall be related to each mammography modality used by the technologist. 


    California Renewal Requirements

    Job Functions

    • Certified Radiographic Technologists– 24 hours in a two-year period, 4 of which shall be in digital radiography
    • Limited Permit X-Ray Technologist – 24 hours in a two-year period, 4 of which shall be in digital radiography
    • Mammography– 24 hours in two-year period: 10 of which must be in mammography
    • Certified Supervisors and Operators and Physician Assistants– California licensed physicians and surgeons, podiatrists, chiropractors or physician assistants need 10 hours in two-year period, if a fluoroscopy supervisor, 4 of the 10 must be in radiation safety
    • Fluoroscopy Permit– 24 hours in a two-year period, 4 hours shall be in radiation safety
    • Nuclear Medicine Technologist– access specific renewal information via the link. 

    Courses must be in “subjects related to the application of X-ray to the human body” and may include X-ray administration, X-ray management, X-ray pathology, X-ray diagnosis and X-ray quality control. However, subjects in MRI, Ultrasound, CPR, or other topics not related to the application of X-rays to the human body cannot be accepted.

    If you need additional information, access the California website.


    Florida License Requirements

    Florida requires 12 continuing education credits in a two-year period. Nine of the twelve hours must be technical, with no more than 3 of the 12 hours classified as personal development.

    • A technical course is any course that sounds technical in nature, such as radiation protection, equipment operation, anatomy and physiology, positioning, MRI, ultrasound etc.
    • A personal development course are courses not directly related to your field of practice, such as CPR or stress management.

    Florida requires CE providers to submit certification information twice a month. Get Your CEU provides the certification information electronically to allow you to renew online. To ensure your information is received and processed before your license expires, please renew at least 30 days prior to expiration date. If you need your credits received more quickly, please email your certificate to mqaonlineservice@glhealth.gov, or fax the certificate to 850-245-4791.

    If you need additional information, access the Florida website.


    Texas License Requirements

    • Medical Radiologic Technologist General Certificate 
      24 hours must be completed during each biennial renewal period.
    • Limited Medical Radiologic Technologist Certificate 
      18 hours must be completed during each biennial renewal period. The hours must be in the topics of general radiation health and safety or related to the categories of limited certificate held.  
    • Non-Certificate Registration
      A minimum of 12 hours must be completed during each biennial renewal period.
    • An MRT or LMRT with an active ARRT® credential, and not on probation, satisfies the continuing education requirement for renewal provided the hours accepted by the ARRT® meet the hour requirements listed below.

    Continuing Education Requirements

    At least 50% (12 hours) must be activities which are directly related to the use and application of ionizing forms of radiation to produce diagnostic images and/or administer treatment to human beings for medical purposes.  Directly related topic examples include: radiation safety, radiation biology and radiation physics, positioning, exposure technique, emerging modalities, patient care associated with a radiologic procedure, radio pharmaceutics, contrast media, mammography, CT, NM and radiation therapy.

    No more than 50% (12 hours) may be satisfied by completing learning activities which are related to the use and application of non-ionizing forms of radiation for medical purposes. Course such as MRI and ultrasound are included in this category and are considered directly related.

    No more than 50% (12 hours) may be satisfied by completing activities which are indirectly related to radiologic technology. Indirectly related examples include computer science, human behavior, communication skills, public speaking, management, administration, ethics and adult education.

    If you need additional information, access the Texas website.

  • The ARRT® suggests R.T.®s choose courses within their area of current practice and that will maintain their competence, but this is not mandatory. Those holding certification or registration in Sonography by the ARRT® are required to complete a minimum of 16 sonography-specific CE credits as part of the required 24 CE biennial credits. R.R.A.s must complete 50 A+ CE credits within a biennium. Refer to the ARRT® continuing education requirements for more information. Read More

    The FDA MQSA does require 15 continuing education units in mammography during the 36 months period defined in 900.12. At least 6 of the continuing education units required shall be related to each mammography modality used by the technologist. 

  • The ARRT® will allow you to submit the same course in your next biennium, but you must retake the course and have a certificate that reflects the correct biennium period. You may not use extra credits in your next reporting cycle. Refer to the ARRT® continuing education requirements for more information. Read More

  • Yes, we keep a record for our customers. You can log into your account and check the courses you have taken and what year.

  • You need a minimum of 75% to pass. Our post-tests are designed to flow with the chapter course material, so failure rarely occurs. We are only allowed to tell you how many questions you missed, but not which questions. You are allowed three attempts to pass. If you do not pass in three attempts, we will refund the course and allow you to choose another one. Refunds only apply to the post-test and will be done in the same form of payment used to purchase the test. We want you to be successful.