Thanks Natalie for your response.
So, I am in NYC. We have two awful schools where good
part of the students go due to the fact that those are
vocational schools and do not require elective and
social sciencies as colleges do. (sorry to anybody
involved). I personally graduated from one - Allied
Health- with honors degree, I might add. Awful!!! And
we were lucky ones. At least we were taught general,
vascular and echo. Presently the school does not teach
echo, charges 30000 and produces badly prepared
students. Another school Stanford Brown, I think,
scams students promissing them the internship
placement to scanning lab, and instead sending them to
learn ECG for 6 months(I know that student
personally). So, graduates have very few scanning
skills as I find.
Another question. Can people be practicing and/or
registered without attending ultrasound school?
So, basically I can teach everything and I have done
that already successfully. I am still unsure about
legal part. Can they work provided that training was
done by RVT?
Another silly question in response.... if they are new
do you have to teach them scanning skills??? If they
have gone to
school they should have some skills? which program did
they go to?
As for those who have never gone to a school for
ultrasound, but are
practicing and registered, why would you want to give
certificate for? they already have the necessary
Quoting vik akselrud <[log in to unmask]>:
> I am teaching new graduates the scanning skills on a
> private basis. I wonder whether I can also teach
> theory and practice those who'd never gone to
> ultrasound school. I am an RVT with 3 years of
> experience. Stupid question: Can I give a
> of graduation with a right to work?
> Thanks all on your input.
> Viktor Akselrud
> BS, RVT
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