You will normally be expected to hold either a First degree or an equivalent professional qualification, as well as a minimum of two years’ experience as a qualified practitioner.
- The majority of applicants will be radiographers, midwives, doctors and nurses. However, if you have a health-based or science degree you will still be considered, providing you are able to obtain a clinical placement.
- You must ensure that you have a satisfactory clinical placement, where you can obtain a minimum of two days per week of supervised, hands-on ultrasound experience.
Months of entry
If you’re a qualified healthcare professional working as a radiographer, doctor, nurse or midwife, this course will extend your expertise in the production and interpretation of diagnostic ultrasound images.
Ultrasound is regarded as a complementary imaging procedure undertaken in the majority of modern diagnostic imaging or x-ray departments. You’ll be taught by practising sonographers who are up to date with current practice.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Pre-entry Enquiries Team
- +44 (0)121 331 5595