The Australian Institute of Cardiovascular CT

The institute was set up to facilitate training in Cardiovascular CT. Our aim is to achieve levels of training consistent with current accreditation guidelines. Our courses provide the maximum allowable case load towards ANZ CTCA Level A accreditation.

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3 Day Recertification

This program is designed for Cardiologists, Radiologists, Nuclear Medicine Physicians and Fellows in training who wish to add to their experience. Participants have access to a large library of correlated cases and will read a minimum of 75 cases.
66 RANZCR CPD

5 Day Initial Certification

This program is designed for Cardiologists, Radiologists, Nuclear Medicine Physicians, Registrars and Fellows with any previous level of experience. It includes comprehensive lectures, live scanning, workup and interpretation of CT coronary angiograms.
117.5 RANZCR CPD

2 Day Radiographer

This program will refresh radiographers on the basics of cardiac imaging, deep dive into advanced cardiac imaging techniques, explore protocol building and provide hands on workstation experience. Suitable for Radiographers with Beginner to Intermediate level of knowledge of Cardiac CT.
CPD Points Available

Officially endorsed and trusted

Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography

Spectrum Cardiac Imaging

General Electric Healthcare

The Institute is closely affiliated with Tertiary Cardiac Referral Centres in Sydney, Australia where the course is held in an unrivalled venue. Course instruction draws on the expertise of numerous accredited, high volume operators who contribute not only to teaching but to research and development in this exciting, fast moving field.

Proven track record

A very well organised and comprehensive training programme with meticulous attention to detail; from the comprehensive case notes, the workstations, the lectures and lecturers, the always available support from capable staff, the full breadth of demonstration and live cases, the venue and the refreshments. A memorable experience and proof that you can teach an old dog new tricks.

Prof Roger Allan