Recertification of CTCA Specialists

The Conjoint Committee for the Recognition of Training in CT Coronary Angiography requires all registered CTCA Specialists to renew their registration on a triennial basis. Recertification of registration requires evidence of ongoing competency.

CTCA Specialists who do not submit their applications for recertification with the Committee Secretariat by the stipulated deadline will be removed from the CTCA Register, and Medicare Australia will be informed of their revised registration status.

CTCA Specialists that have been removed from the CTCA Register are able to re-register. This will involve making a full application for Recognition of Training in CT Coronary Angiography to the Conjoint Committee.

As of May 2014, two pathways are available by which CTCA Specialists can apply for Recertification for either Level A or Level B recognition. Prospective applicants should read the CTCA Recertification Information - Implementation of Recertification Pathways which is available under the Resources listing below.

Please note there are specific logbook templates that need to be submitted for each of the two Recertification pathways for Level A and Level B CTCA Specialists.


Training Requirements for CTCA

Recertification Application Form

Policy Statements 

Pathway 1 Resources

Pathway 2 Resources: