Accreditation as a Diagnostic Radiographer/Medical Imaging Technologist or Radiation Therapist

An accredited Diagnostic Radiographer/Medical Imaging Technologist or Radiation Therapist is a professional who has an Australian Institute of Radiography Statement of Accreditation. 

A Validated Statement of Accreditation may be issued to:

  • Graduates who have successfully completed the National Professional Development Programme (NPDP) or the Professional Development Year (PDY) programme, and
  • Graduates of AIR accredited university programmes that directly satisfy the AIR requirements for a Validated Statement of Accreditation, and
  • Professionals with qualifications obtained outside Australia who have been assessed by the AIR as possessing knowledge, skills and attributes equivalent to an AIR accredited professional.

Evidence of  understanding and fluency in English is required to gain a Statement of Accreditation.

Further information about these requirements is available here.

Information about the National Professional Development Programme (NPDP) is available here.

Information about AIR accredited university programmes is available here.

Information for professionals with qualifications obtained outside Australia is available here.

Information about accreditation of professional-entry university programmes is available here.

Information for professionals with Australian qualifications who have been absent from professional clinical practice for some time is available here.  This includes professionals referred for a Resumption of Professional Practice programme.