How can I become a radiologist assistant

Medical-technical radiology assistant (MTRA)
Education & profession

Qualitygrades and knowledge of chemistry and biology pays off when applying for an apprenticeship position, because they help you with chemical processes and biological issues, for example. A good knowledge of physics can also be helpful when looking for an apprenticeship, for example to understand and apply physical processes. But good grades in these subjects are not a must. Most importantly, you have a lot of interest and the right oneStrengthen bring along for training as a medical-technical radiology assistant. In addition to good self-organization, a careful and precise way of working is particularly advantageous in this profession, for example when taking precise x-rays. In addition, you should have a sense of responsibility and danger, e.g. when carrying out therapies carefully so as not to endanger the patient.

Medical-technical radiology assistant is atechnical profession, therefore your work environment is mostly a hospital or a specialist radiology practice. As a rule, you have fixed working hours and business trips are only pending in exceptional cases.

Yourwork environment can look different, depending on which training company and in which area you work. In hospitals and clinics you have shift work and also work at night or on weekends. You are required to wear protective clothing. In a specialist practice, you usually have fixed working hours. Therefore, you should think carefully about which training company and which future field of work best suit you.

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