Radiographic Testing Level II is a continuation of the RT Level I course and expands on the duties and responsibilities of the RT practitioner. It begins with a review of the basic Level I subjects and continues with a more in-depth presentation of how to control the variables to produce an acceptable radiographic image. Emphasis is placed on how to achieve high sensitivity through optimizing contrast, definition and film processing. The quality level of an RT image is established by devices referred to as “Image Quality Indicators” or IQI’s. The acceptability of the radiograph is determined by the image of these IQI’s. The interpretation and evaluation of the radiograph is a key element of RT and is covered in depth. This course is essential for those who have completed RT I and want to advance to this higher certification level.