Training, development and registration (clinical perfusion science)

Training is undertaken while in service.

Training and development

Once in a post as a trainee clinical perfusion scientist, you’ll follow a period of in-service training, incorporating practical experience under supervision and academic study towards a postgraduate qualification level (either - a postgraduate diploma or an MSc in clinical perfusion science) at the University of Bristol.

You’ll be paid by your employer during this period.

Find out more about the MSc Perfusion Science at the University of Bristol

On successful completion of the postgraduate qualification, you’ll be eligible to take the professional examination: the Certificate of Accreditation in Basic Clinical Perfusion Sciences. This enables you to practise independently as a fully competent clinical perfusion scientist.

Find out more about the entry requirements, skills and interests required to enter a career in clinical perfusion science.

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