Public consultation opens on registration standards

14 Mar 2018

We want to hear from you! A number of National Boards have opened public consultation on core registration standards.

Six National Boards have released public consultation papers today and are seeking feedback from the public. These include registration standards for practitioners on professional indemnity insurance (PII), recency of practice (RoP) and continuing professional development (CPD). The CPD standard has an associated guideline which is also being reviewed.

It has been several years since these standards were developed, and since then the Boards have completed research and benchmarking to inform the proposed revisions to the standards.

The public, practitioners and other stakeholders are encouraged to provide their views before the public consultation closes on 4 May 2018.

For information on how you can respond and provide feedback, see below the list of the Boards, which standards they are asking for feedback on, and links to the related consultation papers.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practitioner Board of Australia

  • professional indemnity insurance
  • continuing professional development, and
  • recency of practice.
  • English language skills
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander registration standard

Consultation papers: Current consultations

Chinese Medicine Board of Australia

  • professional indemnity insurance
  • continuing professional development, and
  • recency of practice.

Consultation papers: Current consultations

Occupational Therapy Board of Australia

  • professional indemnity insurance
  • continuing professional development, and
  • recency of practice.

Consultation papers: Current consultations

Psychology Board of Australia

  • professional indemnity insurance.

Consultation papers: Current consultations

Chiropractic Board of Australia

  • continuing professional development.

Consultation papers: Current consultations

Optometry Board of Australia

  • continuing professional development.

Consultation papers: Current consultations

 
 
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