Help & FAQ

How home study courses work:

It's easy! Once you receive your continuing education home study course, simply read the text book provided then answer the post test. The post test is open book, contains multiple choice and true and false questions, and may be completed at your convenience (Prior to course expiration date). Once you complete the post test you may take the test online, fax or mail us your answer sheet, you must receive a score of 75 percent or better to be issued a certificate of completion. Your satisfaction is guaranteed, if you are not completely satisfied with your course you may return the course for a full refund less shipping charges within ten days of purchase.


Retaking Exams:

ARRT regulations allow a total of three attempts at an exam. There are no additional fees if a test has to be re-taken.


 Category A and A+?

Category A and A+ activities have been reviewed and approved by an ARRT-Recognized Continuing Education Evaluation Mechanism (RCEEM). A RCEEM is a quality-control mechanism for CE activities.


What is Category A credit?

Category A activities are those evaluated and approved by a Recognized Continuing Education Evaluation Mechanism (RCEEM). Because the ASRT is a RCEEM, any activity approved by the ASRT is awarded Category A or A+ credit. When choosing your CE activities, look for Category A or A+ approval.

In addition, a few other activities receive Category A status regardless of whether they have been approved by a RCEEM. They include:

Official certification in advanced cardiac life support, pediatric advanced life support, instructor or instructor trainer courses if approved by a RCEEM or with a valid card from the Red Cross, the American Heart Association or the American Health and Safety Institute. Credits are awarded on the date of certification or recertification and are limited to six credits per biennium. The ARRT no longer accepts basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for Category A credit. Basic CPR is generally considered a job responsibility and not a continuing education activity.
Approved academic course. The Registry defines an "approved academic course" as a formal course of study offered by an accredited postsecondary educational institution in the biologic sciences, physical sciences, radiologic sciences, health and medical sciences, communication (verbal and written), mathematics, computers or education methodology and certain social science courses, such as psychology and sociology.
Academic courses not accepted for Category A CE credit include classes in astronomy, geology, geography, history, literature, political science, fine arts, music, philosophy and religion.


What is Category A+ credit?

Category A+ credit is awarded to CE activities that meet the content criteria for registered radiologist assistants. Category A+ CE materials must be related to one or more clinical activities in the role delineation of the R.R.A., and the activity must be approved by an organization recognized by the ARRT as an A+ CE evaluation mechanism. There are currently three RCEEM+ organizations recognized by the ARRT: the ASRT, the Radiological Society of North America and the Society of Nuclear Medicine - Technologist Section.

R.T.s may complete A+ activities to satisfy part or all of their required CE credits each biennium.


Can I purchase the same course more than once?

Activities may be available in multiple formats or from different CE sponsors. ARRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning CE activity for credit if it was reported in the same CE biennium.


How to order online:

To add items to your order, browse our selection of courses. When you see a course you would like to purchase simply click the appropriate button to place it in the shopping cart. 


Purchasing options:

For many courses you can purchase an additional test by itself for a reduced price. If you buy the additional test only, you will not receive the book. Additional test option is for someone who already has the book.



Do you report my CE activity to ARRT?

We do not report your credits to the ARRT. At the end of a biennium or reporting period, the ARRT will provide the technologist with a CE report form along with the application for renewal of registration. The technologist will be required to list the completed CE activities on the CE report form. When the CE report form is received in the ARRT office, a random sample of registrants will be selected and asked to provide copies of documentation of CE participation. This documentation is the certificate of completion we send to you. When you receive your certificate of completion from X-RAY CE, be sure to keep it in a safe place in case you are audited by the ARRT. For the ARRT requirements for continuing education, go to the ARRT website at

What do "DIRECT" and "INDIRECT" mean on my certificate of completion?

Your Certificate of Completion for ASRT CE Activities report may have these terms in some activity titles. These terms indicate whether or not the course is directly related to the use of ionizing radiation, a distinction required for Texas licensure CE requirements.

Quick ordering:

Ordering your course on our website is the quickest way to order. You may also call in toll free to order:  1-866-405-9729, or you may fax an order form to 1-972-534-1560; order form must be complete including license number's, credit card number and expiration date, for us to process your order. There is a $25.00 charge for returned checks.

Certificate policies:

Successful completion requires a passing score of 75%. If you do not pass, ASRT regulations allow the exam to be attempted for two additional attempts. If the exam is not successfully passed after three attempts, no continuing education credit will be given. If you take your test in the online testing center your certificate will be issued instantly upon a passing score.  We can also fax, email or mail you your certificate on request. Certificate issue date is the date answer sheet is received via fax, successfully completed in online testing center or received by mail. No back dating of certificates per ARRT Regulations. Allow 5 - 7 business days for delivery.

Course policies:

All courses must be completed before the expiration date to receive credit. Allow approximately 3-6 business days to receive your order. Returns and refunds must be addressed within 10 days of purchase date (return all materials unmarked) less postage/handing and 10% processing fee. Courses are not intended to be a substitute for medical advice or treatment. E-Courses are non-refundable. If you order a discontinued course, you will be notified to select another course or get a full refund.