Online upload

Upload your form and documents to Ahpra

As part of our response to the way that we register individuals in the context of managing the health sector impacts of COVID-19, we have introduced an online upload service to receive applications, forms and supporting documents.

This means applicants and registrants can submit their applications, forms and supporting documents online instead of sending these documents to Ahpra via hardcopy mail. 

Where indicated on your form, you must continue to supply a certified copy of your document (certified as true copy of the original document). For more information, see certifying documents

Your certified documents can then be scanned by you and saved as a file ready for upload. 

The documents you upload must be:

  • in colour, clear and legible
  • less than 10MB, and
  • in one of the following formats: .JPG, .JPEG, .GIF, .PNG, .PDF, .TIF, .TIFF.

You must ensure you have all your files ready before you begin as you are unable to save and resume your upload. When uploading an application, please ensure it is complete and all the supporting documents required are saved and ready to upload together (you can upload multiple files in one go). 
  
Steps to upload
1. Click ‘Upload now’ button below
2. Create your account or log in
3. Select the applicable details and upload your documents
4. Submit to Ahpra

Upload now

Any applicants or registrants who wish to submit a form to Ahpra relevant to a profession.

Ahpra has recently introduced the online upload service in response to COVID-19. Existing forms have not yet been updated with the new service.  You can upload your documents to Ahpra. Please do not send the form/documents in hardcopy. We will contact you if there are any issues with your uploaded documents.

Yes, where indicated on your form, you must continue to supply certified copied of document that are certified as true copies of the original documents. Your certified documents can then be scanned by you and saved as a file ready for upload. For more information, see certifying documents.

It is strongly advised that you make payment via credit card and upload your application using the Online upload service. This will ensure your application is submitted to Ahpra as quickly as possible.

However, if you have a complete application and wish to pay via cheque, money order or bank draft, you will be required to send in your application with the relevant payment via mail. Please ensure you do not submit any original documents as Ahpra will not be able to return these to you. Instead, original certified copies of documents must be attached to your application. 

Submitting your application via mail will cause a delay in Ahpra receiving and processing your application.

Your documents must be in one of the following formats: .JPG, .JPEG, .GIF, .PNG, .PDF, .TIF, .TIFF.

Each file must be less than 10MB. You are able to upload more than one file in one upload.

It is strongly advised that you upload your application using the Online upload service. This will ensure your application is submitted to Ahpra as quickly as possible.

However, if you have a complete application and wish to submit it via mail, please ensure you do not submit any original documents as Ahpra will not be able to return these to you. Instead, original certified copies of documents must be attached to your application. 

Submitting your application via mail will cause a delay in Ahpra receiving and processing your application.

 
 
 
Page reviewed 27/03/2020