HRSI Enrollment Agreement
By indicating that you agree to the HRSI Enrollment Terms and Conditions, you certify that you understand
and agree to the below information.
This agreement enrolls the below signed student into The Nuclear Cardiology License Preparation Program, which is an 80-hour course taken over a period of up to one (1) year through an online website. The program consists of individual course modules of multi-media lectures, exercises and exams. Graduation can only be achieved if all modules have been completed. Training begins the first date of online access and is concluded when the student successfully completes all lecture sessions and exams. A certificate will be given to all graduates. The HRSI certificate will partially satisfy the training requirements for localization and imaging studies set forth by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and various agreement states. No session is a prerequisite for the other.
The policy relative to the standards of academic progress varies depending on the regulatory agency governing the subject matter. The Nuclear Regulatory Agency, and the agreement states presently require 80 hours of training including subjects identified in 10 CFR Part 35.920, 25 TAC 289.252 and other corresponding regulatory guides. These subjects will be covered in this 80-hour program. To satisfy the regulatory agencies in the NRC and the majority of the agreement states as of January 1, 2008, 80 credit hours must be achieved. The possibility exists that certain regulatory states require additional training and that regulatory requirements may change in the future and if you have any questions, you should contact the appropriate regulatory agency. Satisfactory academic progress is accomplished through completion to the entire program. This program incorporates a series of exams used as teaching tools to chart student performance and academic understanding. Satisfactory completion of these exams is required for graduation of the program. A transcript will be maintained on each participant to verify adherence to the full duration of the program. HRSI reserves the right to withhold graduation certificates until the student has completed the entire training program. Most states have clinical requirements for licensure. This offering only satisfies the didactic requirement. It is recommended that you check with the individual state in which you plan to practice to verify the clinical competency requirements. Health and Radiological Seminars, Inc. is not responsible for providing any clinical training and does not hold itself out to be the only requirement for authorized user status. Upon completion of this program, a certificate will be presented as one part of the requirements for authorized user status on a radioactive materials license.
The tuition fee for the nuclear cardiology course is $3,500. Tuition is due in full in order to gain a unique user id and password that will grant access to the program and identify the student in the learning management system. The $3,500 fee includes up to one full year of access to the lectures and course material. Students may revisit and review any of the sessions during that period.
Health and Radiological Seminars, Inc. offers a $1,200 tuition discount to physicians currently enrolled in a cardiology fellowship training program. If you qualify for this discount, the total tuition will be $2,300 due in total at the time of registration. Appropriate documentation from the program director may be required.
If a student wishes to withdraw from the program before completing the first 3 course modules, the student will be entitled to a refund of all fees paid minus a non-refundable $500 administrative fee. Once the first three course modules have been completed, no refunds will be granted. In order to receive a refund due to withdrawal, a student must submit a request in writing.