Approved Educational Programs

In order to work as a medical radiation and imaging technologist in Ontario, you must be registered with the CMRITO. Detailed information regarding the registration requirements for the CMRITO may be found in here.

Applicants must complete an approved training program in medical radiation and imaging technology in one of the specialties listed below.

Applicants must also successfully complete the examination set by the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) for the specialties of radiography, radiation therapy, nuclear medicine and magnetic resonance, or the examinations set by Sonography Canada in one of the areas of practice in diagnostic medical sonography (general, cardiac, or vascular).

Links to the training institutions that provide CMRITO approved training programs in medical radiation and imaging technology are provided below.

CMRITO approved programs in Ontario

  • The Michener Institute of Education at University Health Network/University of Toronto,
    Toronto, Ontario
    www.michener.ca
  • The Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences/Laurentian University
    Toronto/Sudbury, Ontario
    www.michener.ca
  • Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology/McMaster University
    Hamilton, Ontario
    www.mohawkc.on.ca
  • Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology
    Sudbury, Ontario
    www.cambriancollege.ca
  • Fanshawe College of Applied Arts & Technology
    London, Ontario
    www.fanshawec.ca/mri1
  • The Michener Institute of Education at University Health Network/University of Toronto,
    Toronto, Ontario
    www.michener.ca


Programs that are offered in Canada that are accredited by Accreditation Canada are equivalent to the approved programs in Ontario.

Note: The Council of the College of Medical Radiation and Imaging Technologists of Ontario reviews the approved programs regularly. Currently approved programs are subject to change without notice.

Further information about the practice of medical radiation and imaging technology is provided by the national and provincial associations and can be found at www.camrt.cawww.oamrs.org and www.sonographycanada.ca.