What education or training is needed to become a radiologist technician?
Becoming a technician is a shorter career path to get into the field than becoming a radiologist. A technician takes the pictures. A radiologist is a medical doctor who specializes in analyzing, or reading, the x-ray image.
A radiologist (not to be confused with a radiology technician) is a physician with a specialty in radiology. This would take four years for the bachelor's degree and four years of medical school. There will also be an additional three or more years to complete the internship and residency requirements.
No, a veterinary radiologist is a veterinarian who has gone through even MORE specialized training after they have graduated from vet school (typically a minimum of 4 years additional training). As someone else mentioned, frequently it is the veterinary technician who actually positions the animal and takes the radiograph. Thus to take radiographs, you could go to technician school. But to interpret the radiographs, you must be a veterinarian.
I would answer this with a no, because homeopaths are practitioners that work with the homeopathic remedies in a holistic matter. Radiology is philosophically the opposite of that and it would require a complete new set of training and education. Technically, they could go on to become a radiologist if they attended four years of medical school and completed a residency in radiology, but I doubt homeopaths do this very often.
You must pass a test certifying you to become a pharmacy technician. The PTCB test or the ExCPT, you do not have to attend any class, classes usually only prep you for the test. Although employers really do not require special education for a pharmacy technician, still there are numerous schools and colleges that offer training program to acquire the skills needed to become an effective pharmacy technician. In addition, a certification is a plus…