Search the register of practitioners. If a health practitioner’s name appears on the public register, you know that they are registered to practise.
Graduating soon? Read our resources to help you apply for registration, including tips on how to avoid unnecessary delays. You can lodge your application now, if you’re set to graduate within the next three months.
Want to work in a regulated health profession in Australia? Find out about registration requirements and how to apply for registration.
Only practitioners who have the skills and qualifications to provide safe care are registered to practise. Read more about what information is needed to ensure your application is complete and ready for assessment.
Need to renew your registration? Click through to renew your registration and find answers to common renewal questions.
Registration standards set out the mandatory requirements that applicants, registrants or students must meet in order to be registered. Learn more about common and profession specific registration standards.
Registered practitioners can access online services to renew registration, amend contact details and check registration.
Employers can use online services to check the registration details of their employees and amend employer contact details.
Want to know more about student registration? Students don’t need to apply directly; we work with your education provider to ensure you’re registered with your respective National Board.
Ahpra and the National Boards audit health practitioners’ compliance with mandatory registration standards as one of our approaches to ensure public safety. Click through to access helpful information, resources and templates for your profession.
Learn about Ahpra and the National Boards approach to monitoring and compliance of health practitioners and students who have restrictions on their registration, or whose registration has been suspended or cancelled.
Continuing professional development helps health practitioners maintain, improve and broaden their knowledge, expertise and competence. Read about the requirements for your profession.