Ahpra General Registration


What is General Registration Ahpra?

General registration. This type of registration may be granted to practitioners who meet the eligibility and qualifications requirements set out in sections 52 and 53 of the National Law, and who meet any registration standards issued by the Board. via

How do I get general registration with Ahpra?

AHPRA is recommending that provisional registrants apply for general registration at least four to six weeks before the end of their internship. If you need to apply before the end of November, you can download the form from the website www.medicalboard.gov.au/Registration/Forms.aspx and submit in hard copy. via

How long does Ahpra general registration last?

Period of general registration

When you are first granted general registration, you are granted registration up to 30 September. Thereafter, you may apply to renew registration annually by 30 September. via

Who has Ahpra registration?

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  • All.
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioner.
  • Chinese Medicine Practitioner.
  • Chiropractor.
  • Dental Practitioner.
  • Medical Practitioner.
  • Medical Radiation Practitioner.
  • Midwife.
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    How much does it cost to register with Ahpra?

    The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia has set registration fees for 2020–2021 at $180, limiting the increase to indexation at 3%. The annual renewal fee will apply from 18 September 2020 and for most practitioners covers the registration period of 1 June 2021 to 31 May 2022. via

    How do I get Ahpra card?

  • Once logged in to online services you will be directed to the practitioner home page.
  • Click on the 'Download registration certificate' link below your registration details (view example).
  • Your current Certificate of Registration will be displayed as a PDF document.
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    What documents do I need for Ahpra?

    Summary of online requirements

  • Create your Ahpra account. You will be prompted to create an Ahpra account so you can save and resume your application at any time.
  • Proof of identity.
  • Proof of change of name.
  • Your graduate results.
  • English language skills.
  • Criminal history.
  • Impairments.
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    What professions are registered with Ahpra?

    Profession-specific registration standards

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practice.
  • Chinese Medicine.
  • Chiropractic.
  • Dental.
  • Medical.
  • Medical Radiation Practice.
  • Nursing & Midwifery.
  • Occupational Therapy.
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    Are social workers Ahpra registered?

    Currently, people working in social work are not required by law to hold registration in Australia, which may lead to some clients being unaware of the workers' qualifications, skills and ethical obligations (AASW, 2014). It is administered by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). via

    Who is eligible for Ahpra?

    All students in regulated health professions who have completed or will be completing an approved program of study within three months and who are expecting to join the Australian health practitioner workforce when they graduate or soon after, can apply for registration. via

    How do I check my Ahpra registration status?

    You can check your own registration status and details by searching the Registers of Practitioners. See the definitions of terms in the Register for more information. Other details not shown in the register can be obtained by contacting Ahpra. You can check online whether your renewal has been received by Ahpra. via

    Do all health professions have Ahpra registration?

    National registration through AHPRA is currently limited to those health professions that were already regulated or partially regulated prior to 1 July 2010, meaning that many allied health professions are not included. via

    How do I register with Ahpra in Australia?

  • Click 'Upload now' button below.
  • Create your account or log in.
  • Select the applicable details and upload your documents.
  • Submit to Ahpra.
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    Are students registered with Ahpra?

    Under the National Law, the education provider is responsible for ensuring that all students enrolled in an approved program of study or who are undertaking a period of clinical training in a health profession are registered with Ahpra. There are no fees for student registration. via

    What is Ahpra in nursing?

    The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (Ahpra) works with the 15 National Boards to help protect the public by regulating Australia's registered health practitioners. Together, our primary role is to protect the public and set standards and policies that all registered health practitioners must meet. via

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