Computed Tomography Imaging Certificate (CTIC)

CT imaging has become an important diagnostic tool in medical imaging. It produces a volume of data that can be manipulated to clearly demonstrate bodily structures in various 3D representations.

With advances in image quality and reduction in scan times, CT has experienced enormous growth in clinical use and, in some cases, the elimination of some previously performed x-ray procedures.

CT imaging has become routine in the digital world of medical imaging.

Purpose of the Program

The intent of the certificate in CT is to provide a mechanism for radiological technologists and nuclear medicine technologists to demonstrate knowledge and competence in the field of CT imaging, to promote standards of excellence within this clinical area, and to identify those who have met a nationally recognized standard.

Program Overview

The following is an overview of the Computed Tomography Imaging Certificate program. For detailed information, download the CTIC Handbook.

There are two components of the CTIC program: didactic and clinical*.

*The clinical component is available to registered candidates only.

NEW January 2021, CT Imaging 1 Prior Learning and Recognition

Didactic Component

Clinical Component
Program Updates

Clinical Advisor

The clinical component requires the candidate to identify a Clinical Advisor.

The clinical advisor must:

  • Be a medical radiation technologist with a CAMRT CTIC credential and/or a medical radiation technologist having a minimum of five years’ experience in the practice of CT imaging*
  • Be currently practicing in CT
  • Not be currently registered in any of the CT Certificate programs
  • Identify others delegated to assess the candidate and ensure they are credentialed and competent in their practice
  • Perform the assessment on the candidate for all procedures/associated competencies or delegate the assessment to another credentialed technologist
  • Attest to overall competency of the candidate by signing at the end of each module.

*If this is not possible, please contact CAMRT.


Candidates in the CTIC program must complete both the didactic and clinical components within a five-year timeframe. This timeframe begins on the date of successful completion of the first CT course used toward the CTIC program.


Candidates who successfully complete the didactic and clinical components as per the CTIC program requirements receive a Computed Tomography Imaging Certificate and can use the credential “CTIC”.

The Committee strongly advocates for continued competence through continuing professional development.

Certificate Program Handbook

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