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Location Lancaster
Duration Part-time, 3 Years
Start date October 2020
Entry Requirements Programme specification (PDF)
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If you're aiming to work in medical imaging, then you'll want to gain valuable imaging techniques using up-to-date medical equipment. That's where we come in. Our excellent reputation for medical imaging training extends across the world, with courses designed to demonstrate academic ability as well as clinical proficiency. We'll help you develop in your role within medical imagine, gaining confidence and competence as well as critical evaluation skills.

Our Medical Imaging Laboratory is equipped with the latest industry-standard medical imaging workstations, allowing you to develop practical experience that will help you in finding future employment. We use Adobe Photoshop™ and other bespoke scientific packages such as 'Somisoft' specifically for image analysis, meaning you get to work with top quality programmes to make your training go as smoothly as possible. You'll learn everything you need to go into the world of medical imaging, so make sure you get the right level of training by taking this intellectually stimulating course.

Graduate destinations

This qualification can lead to employment within the field of medical imaging. A masters level degree is becoming a requirement in many departments, so you will have a head start in finding work within the NHS or the private sector.

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