What makes you want to be a radiographer?
They must be compassionate and have empathy. When you study to become a radiographer, you will develop your people skills in order to provide excellent patient care. You’ll also learn a lot about anatomy, technology, disease and injuries. An interest in the sciences is essential.
How do you train as a radiographer?
To practice as a radiographer, you must be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). In order to register with the HCPC, you first need to successfully complete an approved programme in diagnostic radiography. Degree courses take three or four years, full time or up to six years part time.
Can I change my firm choice?
Both universities will need to agree for you to swap your firm and insurance choices. Contact your current insurance choice first to check if they are happy to become your firm choice. If they are, you can contact your current firm choice to ask for the change.