This registration is for the 48-hour CXT training course, not for CE. If you are seeking CXT CE credit to be completed during these dates, please register for one of the "audit" dates found in the course catalog.
Please download this form (it will also be available in your account by clicking the "Handouts" button in your account after purchase), and submit to the TCA by emailing to email@example.com or faxing to (615) 383-6233.
COURSE DATES/TIMES: The TCA Chiropractic X-Ray Technologist (CXT) 48 Hour Training Program is a hybrid educational program with 2 live weekend sessions and 1 distance learning session for a total of 26 classroom hours and 22 hours distance learning. Attendance at each session is required. Applicants must have an email address, computer access, and internet service to complete all requirements. All classroom and distance learning work must be completed before course credit is given.
Session 1 (in person)
Nov. 20: 8am-6pmCT
Nov. 21: 8am-3pm CT
Distance learning: computer & internet required
Session III (in person)
Dec. 4: 8am-6pm CT
Dec. 5: 9:30am-3pm CT (exam)
FEES: The cost per staff person for the course is $1200.00 and includes all CXT study materials and ACRRT text book (well below other comparable course fees). There is a separate ACRRT Exam fee of $175.00.
REGISTRATION & DEADLINE: All 48 Hour Course applications and exam fees are due by November 6, 2021. Reserve your spot now, as space is limited. If sufficient registrations are not received by this date, the course may be cancelled. If you need special arrangements, call the TCA office. Your commitment to the program and pre-paid fee are required to guarantee your reservation.
TRAINING: Educational sessions will provide participants with a fundamental knowledge of the nature and production of x-rays, along with radiation protection, radiographic techniques, patient care and positioning, equipment maintenance, radiographic anatomy, x-ray quality control, and instruction on Tennessee statutes and rules pertaining to the chiropractic x-ray technologist. A primary objective of this seminar will be to prepare participants to obtain a radiograph with the greatest amount of clinical benefit and with the least possible risk to both the patient and the operator.
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A national leader in chiropractic healthcare, Dr. Richard Cole has helped advance the practice of chiropractic with his standard-setting work in pain management and chiropractic neurology, as well as his efforts to encourage overall quality healthcare. He has been in full-time practice since 1978 when he graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic. Dr. Cole was board certified by both the American Academy of Pain Management and the American Chiropractic Neurology Board. He is a Fellow of the International College of Chiropractors, current president and Fellow of the International College of Chiropractic Neurology, TCA District Director and a past member of the Board of Chiropractic Examiners. Dr. Cole holds active memberships in nearly a dozen professional and clinical organizations, and is a published author and accomplished lecturer. Committed to the development of the profession in Tennessee, he has served as lead instructor for the Chiropractic X-Ray Technologist 48 Hour Course since 2006.
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