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Coming from outside the UK ?
In order to live and work as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist in the United Kingdom; there are two essential legal requirements:
(1) your UK Voluntary professional registration, and (2) your eligibility to undertake employment in the UK.
As Nuclear Medicine Practice in the UK is undertaken by Radiographers and Clinical Technologists, there is a mixture of professional representation within this field of imaging.
Radiographers are governed by registration on the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC), which is mandatory if you are going to practice under the protected title of a "Diagnostic" or "Radiotherapy" Radiographer in the UK.
The Register of Clinical Technologists (RCT) was previously known as the Voluntary Register of Clinical Technologists (VRCT) and has now been accredited by the Professional Standards Authority.
The RCT is a register for healthcare scientists specialising in the practical application of physics, engineering and technology to clinical practice.
If you hold a non- European Economic Area (EEA) passport not endorsed with permission to undertake employment you would need to explore your options with regard to eligibility to undertake employment in the United Kingdom .
There has been a dramatic reduction in the amount of UK employers able to offer non-EEA nationals a Certificate of Sponsorship (work permit) making the situation increasingly difficult.
This is a decision of UK Visas and Immigration and not individual employers.
Please note, full Professional Registration is a requirement to be eligible for a CoS.
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