New cohort complete IPEM's Clinical Technologist Training Scheme


THE latest cohort on IPEM’s Clinical Technologist Training Scheme (CTTS) have successfully passed their course.

The CTTS has earned a strong reputation in the sector, offering a robust, externally validated education and training framework for clinical technologists, and ensuring a workforce fit to practice.

Successful completion of the CTTS sees graduates awarded IPEM’s Diploma in Clinical Technology and opens a route to joining the Register of Clinical Technologists (RCT).

The 11 trainees who recently completed the course and were awarded their Diploma in Clinical Technology included:

  • Katherine Aktemel, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
  • Jade Collins, University Hospital Southampton NSH Foundation Trust
  • Brian Maclachlan, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
  • James Nelson, NHS Lothian
  • Rizwan Ali, University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust
  • Aimee Ellis, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
  • Ethan Armstrong, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Graeme Henderson, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust
  • Jordan Summers, South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Wongani Chavula, Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.

Valued course

Dr Anna Barnes, IPEM’s President, said: ‘I would like to congratulate all of the trainees on successfully completing their course and they are now eligible to join the RCT. They can also upgrade to Full Membership of IPEM and join more than 4,700 medical physicists, clinical and biomedical engineers and clinical technologists working in hospitals, academia and industry.’

Applications for the next intake of the course are now welcome and the closing date to apply is 31 March.

Clinical Technologist Training Scheme