CT Scan (also known as CAT Scan) is a growing and evolving imaging technology of great technical
complexity in the radiologic field. Knowledge of the technology and operation of the CT equipment
is essential to make optimal use of the technique and will provide future opportunities for those
trained in this modality.
Our CT Scan Certificate Training program is designed to meet the needs of Technologists entering
the field of Computed Tomography. This program constitutes a classroom and online training in
CT. Critical thinking and problem solving skills are emphasized throughout the program, to help
students gain a practical understanding of CT. MRI/CT Education Group provides instruction
in basic technical concepts, imaging procedures, quality control issues, and patient safety. Our
complete training program includes preparation for the ARRT CT Registry Examination and
student CT Scan Clinical practice training. Our Hands-On clinical training is a useful learning
aid in providing on-the-job training performing preliminary studies in CT.
The mission of the MRI Education Group, Inc. is to provide comprehensive didactic and clinical
education to enable graduates to acquire entry level employment skills required of a (MRI)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging and (CT) Computed Tomography. The values that guide us are
excellence in all that we do. We accomplish this by creating and maintaining an environment of
educational support through learning, growth, and development. We strive to achieve success,
balance, and inspiration for ourselves and others.
Mr. Dan Lobo R.T. (R)(MR)(ARRT) and Mr. Bill J. Leon R.T.(R)(BD)(CT)(MR)(QM)(ARRT),
highly skilled MR and CT professionals with a proven track record of training, effectiveness, and technical expertise.
The design and delivery of their classes offers a progressive approach to MRI and CT Scan education.
Each course offers an intensive four (4) months certificate training program in Magnetic Resonance Imaging,
and Computed Axial Tomography.
The qualities and characteristics that guide us are described in Motivation, Interpersonal Skills,
Knowledge, and Application.
Our own motivation and ability to motivate others to reach their educational and personal goals
is done with a professional approach and actively interact with our students. Recognizing that
students have different strengths, weaknesses, and learning styles. We provide our student ample
opportunities in our teaching/learning process with constructive prompt feedback.
We seek ways to meet the individual needs of our students and to help them learn effectively
and as efficiently as possible. We discover the most effective ways of learning and develop
challenging presentations that promote an interactive learning environment. We also encourage
independent thinking in order to make the most productive use of our student’s talents and