South Carolina Radiology CE Requirements for License Recertification
Online CE courses for the busy radiologic technologist
The South Carolina Radiation Quality Standards Association (SCRQSA) has established continuing education requirements for license recertification for radiologic technologists. License recertification takes place on a biennial basis, or every two years. Listed below are the required number of CE hours listed by modality:
|Radiography, R.T.® (R)||24 CE hours every two years|
|Nuclear Medicine, R.T.® (N) or NMTCB||24 CE hours every two years|
|Radiation Therapy, R.T.® (T)||24 CE hours every two years|
|Certified Limited Radiography (CLR), General||12 CE hours every two years|
|Limited Radiography, Chest||6 CE hours every two years|
|Limited Radiography, Podiatric||6 CE hours every two years|
|Limited Radiography, Chiropractic||12 CE hours every two years|
|Limited Bone Densitometry, Operator||12 CE hours every two years|
To review all of the South Carolina radiology continuing education requirements, click here.
Where can I get my South Carolina Radiology CE credit hours for my license recertification?
If your searching for an affordable way to obtain your South Carolina radiology CE credit hours without the stress and frustration, look no further! You can take EverLearn’s online CE courses to earn the number of CE hours required for your license recertification. Our courses are accepted for the ARRT® certification and renewal and the State of South Carolina, so it’s a win-win! You can use our courses to satisfy CE requirements to renew both licenses if need be.
EverLearn’s online radiology CE courses are top notch. We offer the best, most seamless, and most convenient online radiology CE experience around! Give us a try, you won’t be disappointed. Even better, we offer a satisfaction guarantee! If you’re not happy, and CE credit hasn’t been provided, we’ll provide you with a full refund. It’s that easy! We stand behind our radiology CE courses and credits, and we strive to support radiologic technologists needing continuing education credit hours.
How do I get started taking my continuing education with EverLearn?
Getting started with EverLearn is easy! To sign up all you have to do is purchase the courses you want to be enrolled in. Just head over to the EverLearn website and "Add to Cart" the courses you want to take.
Then, click the shopping cart icon in the upper right hand corner of the page. Proceed through the online check out process just like any other online purchase.
Once your purchase processes stay on that webpage and you'll be automatically launched into the online learning platform where you will set your login password.
From this point you will have immediate access to your online courses and can sign in and out of the system completing the courses at your convenience.
Which EverLearn courses are the best for me?
Whether you are looking to knock out multiple CEU requirements in one shot or you are in need of just a few, EverLearn has your back.
You can purchase courses individually or in bundle packs. Our Bundle Packs are a perfect option if you need 12 or more CE hours. Check out the offerings below:
Bundle Pack 1 contains 5 online CE courses and is worth 12 CEU credits.
Bundle Pack 2 contains 3 CE courses and is worth a total of 12.75 CEU credits.
Bundle Pack 3 contains 2 CE courses and is worth 12.5 CEU credits.
Do I have to report my CEs to the SCRQSA?
Technologists who are registered and certified nationally can choose to submit a current copy of their ARRT®, NMTCB, or RCIS national certification card to the SCRQSA upon license renewal in lieu of providing documentation of successfully completed CE credit hours.
Technologists who aren’t nationally certified but who were grandfathered in as such are required to provide documentation of successful completion of 24 CE hours during the recertification process.
Limited technologists are required to provide documentation of successful completion of the required number of CE credit hours for their modalities in which they are certified in. Reference the chart above. For example, technologists certified in Limited Radiography, General category are required to complete at a minimum 12 CE hours. Technologists certified in Limited Radiography, Chest category are required to complete at a minimum 6 CE hours.
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South Carolina Radiation Quality Standards Associations governs continuing education for all radiologic technologists in South Carolina, including both limited radiographers and radiographers who are registered by both the state of South Carolina and nationally though The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists®. To ensure you maintain your certification, you’re required to successfully complete radiology continuing education (CE) hours each biennium, or two year license recertification period.
We know that as a busy technologist you need a fast, affordable, and easy way to obtain your CE credit hours. That’s why we are here to help. EverLearn is your one stop shop for all your CE needs! So what are you waiting for? Give us a try today. We promise, you won’t regret it! As one of the premier providers of radiology continuing education courses in the United States, we believe we have the most user-friendly, seamless online radiology CE experience around.
If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to us using the contact form on our website, chat feature, or via the telephone! We look forward to serving you and helping you meet your radiology continuing education requirements for your South Carolina state radiology license.
Here’s to you for finding a better way to obtain your recertification!