Radiologic Technology Students Graduate

Mon, 29 July, 2013 at 1:00 pm
After spending 25 months learning radiographic positioning, how to manage quality control in imaging equipment, and assisting and performing radiographic examinations as part of their clinicals, a class of 18 students graduated from Cañada's Radiologic Technology program on Saturday, July 27.

"On Saturday, they received their radiologic technologist certificate, fluoroscopy certificate, venipuncture certificate and the women in the program received a certificate in mammography," said Rafael Rivera, Professor of Radiologic Technology.

Over the next three weeks, the graduates will begin taking their American Registry of Radiologic Technologists examination and prepare for the workforce.

"The job market is improving," Rivera said "I will conduct a job placement survey over the next six months and that will give us a better idea of where our students received jobs.

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