• In the Mtra School, Bissendorfer Straße 11, 30625 Hannover.
Participation is free of charge, registration is not required.The 3-G rule applies, that is, all visitors must be vaccinated, recovered or currently tested.
On this day, an apprenticeship can experience interested parties how an X-ray is created or even shoot a real X-ray image and learn how computer and magnetic resonance tomographs work.
Medical-technical radiology assistants (MTRA) can make invisible from the outside: With the help of high-tech equipment such as digital X-ray devices or magnetic resonance tomographs, create pictures of the human body.These enable radiologists and other specialists to diagnose and treat diseases.
In addition to interest in scientific subjects, team spirit and empathy are required in this profession, because MTRA work closely with people.This includes the open ear for patients as well as the close networking with colleagues from other departments.Teamwork and knowledge of people are just as important in this profession as the interest in medicine and technology.
MTRA's locations are very diverse.You work in radiological clinics and practices.In terms of content, the spectrum ranges from medical imaging to an important role in therapy through interventional radiology, nuclear medicine and tumor radiation.The three -year training prepares for this demanding profession with medical and technical knowledge.Many internships ensure that what has been learned can be implemented directly.
Further information is available on the homepage of the MTRA school at https: // www.mhh.de/mtra school.