Australia’s National Registration and Accreditation Scheme began on 1 July 2010. Practitioners from 14 health professions are regulated under the scheme. Since 2011, students have been registered under the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law, as in force in each state and territory.
If you are enrolled in an approved program of study, you do not need to apply for registration. Education providers will pass on your details to the Osteopathy Board of Australia for registration. The National Board will register you for the duration of study, or until you are no longer enrolled. There are no fees for student registration.
For more information visit AHPRA's Student Registration section.
The Osteopathy Board of Australia has prepared this presentation for use by education providers, students and interested others to assist in understanding what it means to be a registered osteopath in Australia. The presentation is most relevant to osteopathy students who are nearing the completion of their approved programs of study in Australia and will soon be seeking general registration as an osteopath.
This video is most relevant to osteopathy students who are nearing the completion of their approved program of study in Australia and will soon be applying for registration as an osteopath.
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