MRI - Magnetic Resonance Imaging
MRI accreditation is available at two levels, Level 1 and Level 2. The two levels denote the experience level of the applicant. Level one must be undertaken before Level 2.
A Radiographer can remain a Level 1 accredited MRI practitioner and doesnt have to proceed to the second level. An examination has to be successfully undertaken to gain level one accreditation plus the credentialing of 300 examinations in a 12 month period.
The examinations are held twice a year in March and September. Renewal at this level requires further credentialing of clinical examinations undertaken.
Level 2 accreditation is gained by a written application and again a defined number of examinations plus a minimum amount of time spent in MRI.
To assist with study for the examination and Level 2 an MRI study and resource guide has been developed by the AIR, which can be accessed below.
Application Forms & Further Information
MRI Level 1 Examination
Examination Results - Listing of Successful Candidate IDs - 16 March 2013 Sitting (NEW)
Examination Application Form / Next Sitting: 21 September 2013 (NEW)
Supervisor Declaration Form
This form is to be completed by those persons who wish to supervise an MRI Level 1 Exam for applicants living in rural areas and who are unable to sit an exam in their capital city.
MRI Level 1 Accreditation
MRI Level 2
MRI Study Guide: AIR Members Area (Username and Password Required)
MRI & CT Policy and Guidelines
All documents listed are published in PDF format.