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Education

Accreditation is a key part of the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme.

Accreditation functions

The National Law defines the accreditation functions that accreditation authorities undertake.

Accreditation authorities

Accreditation authorities (external authorities or a committee established by a National Board) exercise the accreditation functions under the National Law.

Accreditation standards

Accreditation standards are used to assess whether a program of study, and the education provider that provides the program, provide graduates with the knowledge, skills and professional attributes to practise the profession in Australia.

Approved Programs of Study

You can search online to find approved programs of study for most professions.

Continuing Professional Development

Continuing professional development (CPD) helps health professionals to maintain, improve and broaden their knowledge, expertise and competence.

 
 
 
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