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Online Webinars

Many students looking for Computed Tomography Exam Review found the one-hour Tuffest Stuff CT Registry Review Webinars to be of great value. Completing any of the Webinars makes it possible for registrants to study specific subject matter that they need to improve upon prior to completing the CT Registry Exam.

The Tuffest Stuff Registry Review Webinar Series topics include:

  • Cardiac Fundamentals for the Professional RT
  • The Impact of PITCH on Patient Dose and Image Quality
  • The CT Imaging Chain
  • COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY: An Increase/Decrease Anthology
  • CT Mathematics for Registry Review

The content of each Webinar is thorough and developed with an emphasis on student retention. If you do well with online learning, we have a The Tuffest Stuff 16 Hour Recorded Seminar. It’s one of Mike’s most successful products.

Mike Enriquez recognizes the importance of training that includes a focus on the technical application of CT courses. He focuses on creating situations and opportunities where difficult technical skills can be easily developed and then tested through challenging CE examinations per Webinar.

The Tuffest Stuff Webinar Series is approved for 1 category A CE credit per webinar.


“I attended THE TUFFEST STUFF SEMINAR. And all I can say is WOW! It was awesome! Mike is amazing, very knowledgeable, and an incredible instructor. He clearly put things into perspective regarding what is worth studying and what not to stress over. He simplified the physics and gave a lot of helpful hints on identifying cross-sectional anatomy. After sitting through this SEMINAR I feel more confident in my abilities. I have a definite understanding of where I am in my studies and I know what I need to do to accomplish my goals. Thank you Mike!”

-Laure Ann Krajca, Dallas

“Abstract concepts were realized with the use of thorough explanation.  No ‘keepers of the knowledge’ or confusion to be found here!!!”

-Laura Vasquez, Ph.D., RVT (ARDMS), RT(R), (MR), ARRT, Acting Chairperson, Department of Medical Imaging Sciences, And Program Director, Imaging Sciences Program

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