2. A radiology permit shall be issued to a member of a professional order to whom this Regulation applies and who:
(1) has submitted his application in writing to the secretary of the order in a form similar to that set out in Schedule 1;
(2) has acquired, within the 5 years preceding the year of his application, training in radiology at an educational institution issuing diplomas that give access to a permit of a professional order referred to in section 1 or training recognized as equivalent by the order of which he is a member, that includes a minimum of
(a) 55 hours in radiation protection;
(b) 120 hours in radiological technique;
(c) 125 hours in diagnostic radiology; and
(d) 25 hours in radiation biology.
In appraising the training referred to in an application for training equivalence, the following factors are taken into account:
(a) the fact that the member holds one or more university diplomas;
(b) the type of courses taken by the member, course content, the number of hours or credits for each course and the results obtained;
(c) the training periods successfully completed by the member and any other relevant continuing training or refresher activities; and
(d) the type and duration of the relevant work experience of the member.