Medical Radiation Sciences

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An exciting part of the Medical Radiation Sciences degree involves on the job training through Workplace Learning (WPL).

To assist with the WPL journey, the following tabs contain important information and guides to ensure students are aware of their WPL requirements.

The following indicates compulsory Workplace Learning (WPL) components:

Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Diagnostic Radiography) (4420DR)

  • MRS276 Radiographic Techniques 1 (40 days)
  • MRS371 Radiographic Techniques 2 (30 days)
  • MRS375 Radiographic Techniques 3 (30 days)
  • MRS455 Diagnostic Radiography Residency (165 days)

Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging) (4420NM)

  • MRS224 Nuclear Medicine Science 1 (40 days)
  • MRS331 Nuclear Medicine Science 2 (30 days)
  • MRS332 Nuclear Medicine Science 3 (30 days)
  • MRS454 Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Residency (600 hours)

Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Radiation Therapy) (4420RT)

  • MRS253 Principles and Practice Radiation Therapy 1 (40 days)
  • MRS349 Principles and Practice of Radiation Therapy 3 (30 days)
  • MRS365 Principles and Practice of Radiation Therapy 3 (30 days)
  • MRS456 Radiation Therapy Residency (165 days)

It is mandatory as a Charles Sturt University student to maintain specific prerequisite requirements throughout their degree. These include NSW Health compliance requirements and Charles Sturt University Workplace Learning pre-requisites. The following information will assist to achieve compliance.

NSW Health requirements - Mandatory

Due first year of study and no later than 30 June

  • Australian National Police Check
  • NSW Health Code of Conduct
  • Immunisations and Vaccinations
  • Influenza vaccination
  • COVID-19 vaccination

Visit NSW Health for more information

Use the following checklist to help organise requirements:

Download NSW Health compliance checklist

Once NSW compliance requirements are obtained, email them to FOSH-WPL@csu.edu.au for processing. Please enter in the email subject line your: Student ID / Student name / Discipline / Compliance.

For further assistance please see the FOSH WPL Student Guide to NSW Health Compliance.

Charles Sturt University WPL requirements - Mandatory

Due first year of study and no later than 30 June

  • First Aid including CPR
  • Working with Children Checks
  • QLD Blue Card
  • QLD Radiation Licence
  • Uniforms & ID Badge
  • Online course – Manual Handling
  • Online course – Hand Hygiene

Charles Sturt University WPL requirements - Highly Recommended

  • Mental Health First Aid

Information can be found on the Faculty of Science and Health Workplace Learning Interact 2 site.  Charles Sturt students and staff are required to self enrol to obtain access by following the following guide:

Download the discipline requirements checklist

Once Charles Sturt University WPL requirements are obtained, instructions on how to upload to InPlace can be found on the above Interact 2 site.

To support your Workplace Learning journey the following services will provide you with important information:

  • Student support services – Student Charter, Financial support, technical support, Special Consideration, Make a complaint and Appeals and reviews.
  • Support and wellbeing services – Access to Disability services, First Nations students, International students, Research students, LGBTIQA+ students, Refugee students, Elite athletes.
  • Three Rivers Department of Rural Health – Support for eligible students with subsidised accommodation or financial assistance while on placement in the Three Rivers locations, Online learning modules, access to the Charles Sturt Student Rural Health Club, rural career opportunities and pathways to further health study. Students can also access the UDRH map here which has all of the UDRH mapped across Australia with contact details to check their placement locations.
  • Scholarships and Grants – Access to apply for Charles Sturt University Scholarships and Grants and also from external providers.
  • WorkPlace Health and Safety Incident management reporting – reporting an incident or hazard within
    24hrs or as soon as possible after the event via the Protecht online form
  • Insurance - contact the Student Liaison Officer for further information  or support.

To assist with the Workplace Learning (WPL) journey, the following resources provide important information:

Need help or assistance?

Please contact the Faculty of Science and Health Workplace Learning Team.

Phone: +61 26933 3010
Email: FOSH-WPL@csu.edu.au