We are the only organisation that truly represents the interests of you and your colleagues. Membership is open to anyone working in clinical imaging, radiotherapy and oncology.Explore our member benefits here
Annual Rate (2022/2023) £294.00
Monthly Rate (2022/2023) £24.50
Members who have gained an appropriate radiography qualification valid for UK practice
Annual Rate (2022/2023) £45.00
Monthly Rate (2022/2023) £3.75
Members registered as student radiographers with a Recognised Educational Institution
Annual Rate (2022/2023) £90.00
Monthly Rate (2022/2023) £7.50
Members (including trainee Assistant Practitioners) who act as support workers to a radiographic team or those studying via the apprentice pathway
Annual Rate (2022/2023) £138.00
Monthly Rate (2022/2023) £11.50
Members of any other class of Member (other than Student Members) whose registered addresses are outside the UK
Annual Rate (2022/2023) £66.00
Monthly Rate (2022/2023) £5.50
Apprentices, for those undertaking a Degree Apprenticeship
Annual Rate (2022/2023) £69.00
Monthly Rate (2022/2023) £5.75
Members of any other class of Member (other than Student Members) who are unemployed or cease to be self employed and over NHS retirement age
Annual Rate (2022/2023) £85.00
Monthly Rate (2022/2023) £5.50
Changes to procedures agreed by UK Council (June 2019) has meant that applicants must now be listed on a statutory or voluntary register before applying for Associated Professional membership.
If an applicant wishes to become an Associated Professional member and is without a statutory regulatory home, e.g. not with the HCPC or NMC, then they will need to apply for and be accepted on to an appropriate Professional Standards Authority (PSA) accredited voluntary register before applying for membership. For most applicants not holding statutory registration this will be the Register for Clinical Technologists. Some applicants, particularly vascular specialist sonographers, may be voluntarily registered with the Academy of Healthcare Science PSA accredited register.
Once you have been successfully registered with the RCT, you can then contact the Membership Dept on 020 7740 7200 to apply for Associate Professional membership. Please Note – you will not be able to apply online.
Current Accredited Members of the Society of Vascular Technology for Great Britain and Ireland can purchase Professional Indemnity Insurance only for an annual fee of £85.
The Society of Radiographers Professional Indemnity Insurance (PII) scheme is offered to all Society for Vascular Technology members who practice vascular ultrasound. Whether you work in a large hospital, the private sector or independent sectors, or as a sole trader, it is recommended that all SVT members take out personal PII cover.
The SoR’s PII gives you individual cover whether you work in private practice or the NHS, provided the policy’s requirements are fulfilled. It should be noted that, if you are subcontracted to an organisation rather than employed directly, then you may not benefit from that organisation’s vicarious liability insurance. Personal PII is therefore vital for your protection against customer complaint. It should also be noted that PII does not cover other insurances required when setting up in your own business, such as public liability or cover for equipment and premises, and the SoR does not provide this type of cover.
The cost of the PII benefit is £85.00 per annum and to apply, please contact our Membership Department on 020 7740 7200 as you cannot apply for this joint membership online.
From day one, we will support you on your incredible professional journey. We will be your advocate for the issues that are important to you and the future of our profession, while also providing you with enhanced learning opportunities to support you at all stages of your studies and radiography career.
To view information surrounding the benefits of a student's membership please click here.