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Clinical Neurophysiological Technologist/Scientist

Professional Entry Point:

New Graduate/Trainee Clinical Neurophysiology Technologist/Scientist

  • Complete a Bachelor of Science or Biomedical/Medical Science with major components of human anatomy and physiology (or equivalent).

On employment:

Any of the following-

  • Enrol in and complete an ANTA Inc. endorsed Clinical Neurophysiology theory component.
  • Enrol in and complete an ANTA Inc. endorsed training package offered by a Registered Training Organisation to assess practical competence in one or more Clinical Neurophysiology test(s) to include at least Performing EEG competence.
  • Work towards and complete ANTA Inc. Competency Assessment in at least Performing EEG (when available). This would include in-house work place training in accordance with ANTA Inc. Competency statements -EEG

Further Professional Development:

  • Enrol in and complete ANTA Inc. endorsed training package offered by a Registered Training Organisation to assess practical competence in other Clinical Neurophysiology test procedures such as Evoked Potentials (EP), Intra-operative Monitoring (IO), Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS) (when available).
  • Work towards and complete ANTA Inc. endorsed Competency Assessment in other Clinical Neurophysiology Test Procedures. Such as EP, NCS or IOM. This would include in-house training in accordance with the ANTA Inc. Competency Statements – BAEP, VEP, SSEP; NCS, IOM (when developed)
  • Complete Additional Studies
  1. Management studies, Educator studies, post graduate Clinical Neurophysiology studies.

 

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What are the requirements for working in Australia?

Workplaces vary with their requirements for employment. There are no formal registration requirements in Australia.