Have you printed your state license from your Online Services Portal? 

All renewals for Radiologic Technology are now providing ONLY an online PDF version of your licnese certificate. You must download and print your certificate to post at your place of employment. The state will no longer be mailing paper copies effective July 2023. 

You may email the contact licensure services at: mqa_licensureservices@doh.state.fl.us.

Licensees, registrants and permit holders are required to renew their licenses biennially in order to maintain the right to practice.

The NMTCB CT credential/exam is now accepted by the state of Florida for the endorsement option toward the CT license specialty. If you’d like to apply see info below:

The applicant can choose the Apply Online link at the top, or download the printable CRT form at the bottom of the page. Note that the application is the same one used for all CRT and specialty tech applicants for some time now. The application didn't need to change with the NMTCB CT pathway. The applicant, whether coming in with an ARRT CT or NMTCB CT, just checks the CT box and supplies the necessary proof.
If you choose to apply online, You must first register for an online account with MQA Online Services if you haven't already done so.

Here is a screen shot of the section that applies under My Application.

the SNMMI Learning Center

SNMMI has established a learning center for technologists:

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Technologist Information
Nuclear Medicine Professionals work hard to keep up-to-date on new techniques, new equipment and products as well as maintaining the necessary Continuing Medical Education Credits (CMEs) to maintain licensure and accreditation.

The FNMT tries to keep its members informed on state and national
governmental legislation that affects our profession as well as coordinate with national and regional societies that are affiliated with Nuclear Medicine.