Radiation Therapy CE Credits
A growing library of radiation therapy continuing education (CE) credits for radiation therapists
Welcome to Medical Professionals’ Radiation Therapy continuing education (CE) credits library for radiation therapists! All of our radiation therapy education courses have been developed by our knowledgeable and experienced application specialists and are approved by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) for category A CE credits.
As such, we confidently guarantee that any and all radiation therapy CE Credits you complete with us will be accepted for ARRT® license renewal, by state registries in the USA for all licensed radiation therapists, and by the NMTCB®.
Unlimited CE credits for your ARRT® & state renewal. Get unlimited continuing education courses to take you beyond certification. A CE plan that makes achieving excellence easier than ever.
187+ CE Credits
The best Radiation Therapy package for ARRT® and state renewal! Get one-year access to our full Radiation Therapy CE library of 7 courses and meet all your CE and CQR requirements in one place.
18+ CE Credits
This interactive course covers the basics of radiation therapy, from the fundamentals of radiation physics to the most recent innovations in treatments.
3.25 CE Credits
A continuing education course for radiation therapists that provides advanced radiation therapy training for stereotactic and conventional irradiation as it relates to the total body, skin, palliative, oncologic emergencies, and extremities.
1.00 CE Credit
This course offers advanced radiation therapy training for tumors located in the thorax: conventional to stereotactic!
1.50 CE Credits
This course offers advanced radiation therapy training in treatment options, procedures, and planning processes for tumors in the abdomino-pelvic region. External beam, 3D conformal, IMRT, and stereotactic radiotherapy and radiosurgery, and more.
2.00 CE Credits
This course offers advanced radiation therapy training in treatment options, procedures, and planning processes for tumors in the head, neck, and craniospinal regions.
2.00 CE Credits