Radcrit specialises in the recapping of previous knowledge of Radiographic Critique. Earning CEU’s while flavouring your Radiographic Critique with Radcrit’s training modules is easy and fun. Radcrit keeps track of your CPD progress and keeps record of your current and expired CEUs. Tests are conducted online and scores and certificates are immediately available after the successful completion of the online test. Radcrit was developed by specialists with a combined experience of more than 50 years in training and education. Online deployment makes not only the learning of Radiographic Critique accessible, but with mobile phone application technology also available 24/7.  
SPICERAT refers to the categorising of Radiographic Critique in easy understandable categories. All our training courses are based on our amazing SPICERAT concept. SPICERAT is the intellectual property of the owners of Radcrit.
MM Training has specialised in supplying IT and soft skills courseware, as well as e-learning and electronic assessments for the past two decades. Currently, the company has as its main focus on the development and deployment of RadCrit
Healthcare practitioners have a responsibility to continually update their professional knowledge and skills for the end benefit of the patient or client. To this end the Health Professions Council of South Africa HPCSA has implemented a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme. Every practitioner is required to accumulate 30 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) per twelve-month period and five of the units must be on ethics, human rights and medical law. Each CEU will be valid for 24 months from the date on which the activity took place (or ended, in the event of post-graduate studies) after which it would lapse. This means that practitioners should aim to accumulate a balance of 60 CEUs by the end of their second year of practise, and thereafter top-up the balance through additional CPD as each 24 month validity period expires.