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How to Get Free Nuclear Medicine CE Credits from BC Technical’s Webinars

BC Technical Webinars

Free: 1 Per Month
BC Technical Webinars
8.6

Price

10.0 /10

User Friendliness

7.5 /10

Course Quality

8.5 /10

Speed (Time / Credit Hour)

8.0 /10

Easiness to Pass

9.0 /10

Pros

  • Free
  • Easy to Pass
  • 1 Every Month

Cons

  • Only 1 Available at a Time
  • Not All Are Related to Nuclear Medicine
  • Have to Wait 1 Day for Grade
  • Have to Wait to End of Month for Certificate

.

1 Free Continuing Education Credit / Month

BC Technical conducts a once-a-month webinars good 1 or 1.5 VOICE credits, which counts towards our ARRT(N) and NMTCB CE requirements.

  • However, not every webinar is related to nuclear medicine

How to Take BC Technical Webinars

Simply go to https://bctechnical.com/webinars-for-ceus/ and you’ll go to a page that looks like this:

As you can see above, there are 2 live links on this page. The top link is to sign up for updates for new courses that BC Technical will be publishing in the future.

Remember, if you just kept up with BC Technical’s CEs every month, that alone would give you 24 hours at the end of your CE cycle & you’d be all set as far as your ARRT & NMTCB certifications go.

However, not all of their webinars are related to nuclear medicine.

Click the http://info.bctechnical.com/webinars link & sign up for updates for future webinars here:

That will take to the thank you page:

Now, go back to https://bctechnical.com/webinars-for-ceus/

There may or may not be a course which is currently available on demand. If there’s not, check back in a week or so. They do one webinar every month.

They sometimes the same webinar during a 2-year period, but they’re working towards having 24 different webinars for each month of any given 2 year period.

At the time of this post, there was a webinar available on demand. If there is one, click the link for the training that is currently live:

As you can see, at the time of writing this, the current live course is Radionuclide Gastric Emptying.

So click on whatever the current course is.

The homepage for the course should look something like this:

At this point, you watch the video & take notes.

If you want you can capture whatever’s on your screen by pressing CTRL + Print Screen. That puts a snapshot of what’s on your screen at that moment; you can then paste that screenshot into a word document.

When you’re done watching the video & you think you’ve understood the material, hit the “Take Test” blue button; that will take you to a window that looks like this:

Click the “Take Test” button and you go here.  It’ll ask you if you’re sure you want to take the test:

After you’ve answered all the questions (including the feedback questions about how you liked it… and ALSO your SNMMI ID – if you don’t have one, enter “N/A”) then click the “Submit Answers” button on your lower right:

You’ll go to this page:

What to Expect in Terms of Test Scoring, Passing/Failing:

You must get 80% or more of the answers on the test correct to get credit.

My score was emailed to me the day after I took the test:

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I happened to pass, but it’s worth noting that you want to be pretty sure you’ve got at least 80% correct the first time, since you won’t get your grade until the day after & you may have forgotten a lot of the content by then.

If you don’t pass, you will be provided with another opportunity to take the test.

If you do pass, you’ll get your CE certificate at the end of the month. They will email it to you. This certificate is your proof that you’ve earned credit, so file the PDF & print it up and file it somewhere you’ll remember.

Here’s what you’ll get:

That’s it.

Get Started

Click here to go to BC Technical’s webinar page

BC Technical Webinars

Free: 1 Per Month
BC Technical Webinars
8.6

Price

10.0 /10

User Friendliness

7.5 /10

Course Quality

8.5 /10

Speed (Time / Credit Hour)

8.0 /10

Easiness to Pass

9.0 /10

Pros

  • Free
  • Easy to Pass
  • 1 Every Month

Cons

  • Only 1 Available at a Time
  • Not All Are Related to Nuclear Medicine
  • Have to Wait 1 Day for Grade
  • Have to Wait to End of Month for Certificate

.

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