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Campus de Salt

Technician in Diagnosis Imaging and Nuclear Medicine

2021 - 2022

About

This program trains the students to obtain graphic, morphological or functional records of the human body from the medical prescription for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes using diagnostic imaging equipment and nuclear medicine and assisting the patients during their stay in the unit, applying radiation protection and quality assurance protocols, as well as those established in the care unit.

The duration is 2,000 hours (1,584 in class and 416 in internships), divided in two academic years.

Access

People having some of the following requirements can access directly to the program:

  • Have the high school diploma or equivalent
  • Have a Vocational Education and Training diploma (VET) or a Certificate of Higher Education (HNC)
  • Professional or technical specialist
  • Have any Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent
  • Having passed the university entrance test for over 25 years

People not having any of the aforementioned requirements must pass an entrance test. In order to apply, it is necessary be aged 19 years old or turn 19 during the year in which the test will take place.

Objectives

The student of the Certificate of Higher Education (HNC) in Diagnosis Imaging and Nuclear Medicine will develop the following competences:

  • Integrate the different processes and functions carried out in a diagnosis imaging unit such as the analysis of their contribution and interface in the preparation of equipment and patients and in the performance of radiological techniques, computed tomography, magnetic resonance and nuclear medicine.
  • Responding to diagnostic studies requirements through graphic records of the human body.
  • Know and manipulate radiographic, magnetic resonance, computed tomography and scintigraphic equipment and imaging systems.
  • Interpret technical and commercial information and radiation regulations.
  • Identify the functions, components and characteristics of use and maintenance of the different radiographic equipment.
  • Connect the physical foundations of imaging with the equipment and its components in order to perform the necessary techniques minimizing the risk of radiation and optimizing the equipment effectiveness and performance.
  • Recognize basic anatomophysiological and pathological characteristics to differentiate between normal and pathological images.
  • Identify the physical foundations of ionizing radiation and non-ionizing radiation and the equipment to verify its operation.
  • Apply processing procedures to obtain the image quality needed.
  • Perform contrast techniques to obtain images according to the protocol established in the unit.

Modules

M1 Patient care (132 hours)
M2: Imaging anatomy (198 hours)
M3: Radiation protection (132 hours)
M4: Basic radiology techniques (99 hours)
M5: Special radiology techniques (99 hours)
M6: Computed tomography and ultrasound techniques (99 hours)
M7: Magnetic resonance imaging techniques (99 hours)
M8: Nuclear medicine imaging techniques (66 hours)
M9: Radio-pharmacy techniques (66 hours)
M10: Physical foundations and equipment (198 hours)
M11: Professional training and career guidance (99 hours)
M12: Business and entrepreneurship (66 hours)
M13: Diagnosis imaging and nuclear medicine project (66 hours)
M14: Internships (581 hours)

Career opportunities

Which career opportunities does the HNC in Diagnosis Imaging and Nuclear Medicine offer you?

This training gives access to the working world as:

  • Technician in Diagnosis imaging.
  • Expert Technician in Radiodiagnosis.
  • Expert Technician in Nuclear medicine.
  • Technical staff of medical radioelectrology equipment.
  • Technical staff in Radiation protection.
  • Technical staff in research and experimentation radiology.
  • Hospital and pharmaceutical sales representative.

Do you want to continue studying?

The qualification of technical specialist obtained at the end of this program gives access to any Bachelor’s Degree. People who have obtained a Certificate of Higher Education (HNC) can validate ECTS university credits.

For further information, consult the Canal Universidades here.

Online pre-registration

Given the current exceptional circumstances in which pre-registrations cannot be carried out in person, Centro Garbí has launched pre-registrations online.

Provisional Calendar: (possibility that the Department of Education modifies the dates due to the crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic).

Pre-registrations: from March 25th to June 5th
Registration: July 15th-21st

We remind you that your reservation will only be made once the payment of 250.00 euros has been validated, which must be made to the account number you will find specified in the last section of the pre-registration form. It is very important that at the time of making the transfer you state the name and surname of the student and the name of the educational cycle to which he/she is pre-registering.

The confirmation of your place, will be communicated by email after the date of completion of the pre-registration period (June 5th), based on the date of pre-registration and payment and in accordance with the criteria set out above. The exception to this is for students who are in the third preference for admission to higher grade, who will receive confirmation of their place in the last week of July.

You can do it through this link:

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Despite the physical closure of the school, there are still various means by which you can contact us:

Web: www.euses.cat
Telephone: 972 405 130
Whatsapp: 699 902 889
Mail: ciclesformatius@euses.cat / pvila@euses.cat
Videoconference: pvila@euses.cat

DATA SHEET Program | Technician in Diagnosis Imaging and Nuclear Medicine
Level | Certificate of Higher Education (HNC)
Duration | 2,000 hours (2 years)
Training at school | 1,419 hours
Internship | 581 hours
Location | Center Garbí (C/Francesc Macià, 65 - 17190 Salt-Girona)
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BASIC INFORMATION ABOUT PRIVACY POLICY
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Objectives • Processing on-line requests
• Profiling and sending newsletters +info
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Additional information You can consult the additional information about Personal Data Processing on the back of this clause. +info
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