Toshiba Medical International CT Training Academy

Saturday, 1 July to Saturday, 30 June 2018
All Day

Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation (TMSC)
Customer Support & Training Center, 1385 Shimoishigami
Otawara-shi Tochigi-ken 324-8550, Japan

Monthly Courses

High-quality education and training solutions

Held monthly, our week-long comprehensive education programs hosted at the TMSC International Training Academy in Japan lay the groundwork for going live at your own local facility. In addition to in-depth classroom instruction, hands-on experience with the latest CT equipment is provided in a unique setting that mirrors the clinical environment. As an attendee you benefit from direct access to qualified instructors and limited class sizes to help maximise your learning experience.

Customised, personal learning for radiographers and technologists
The clinical program provides training in CT theory and practical scanning using Aquilion systems. After completing this course, technologists will be proficient in the following applications and operations: Basic to advanced CT imaging, dose reduction technologies, use of the console, menus and default scan protocols, use of reconstruction parameters and post-processing of image data.

Who should attend
Radiographers and technologists who work with our CT systems.

Course Details
Classes are limited to approximately 6 students per course and cover:

  1. Day 1: Introduction and system overview
  2. Day 2: Dose management and safety
  3. Day 3: Stroke and Brain Perfusion
  4. Day 4: Aquilion 3D and Cardiac CTA
  5. Day 5: Vitrea FX overview, basic functions and tools
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Toshiba Medical International CT Training Academy

Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation (TMSC)

Toshiba Learning Centre Toshiba Medical Systems International Training Academy
Contact 1300 991 258 or email the Training Academy direct, for further information about their monthly courses

Global Network
CPE Points Apply (Week-long, monthly courses)

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