Occupational Therapy Board of Australia
Occupational Therapy Board of Australia
 

Registration Standards

Under Section 38 of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law as in force in each state and territory, the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia (the Board) must develop and recommend to Ministerial Council mandatory registration standards and any other standards relevant to the eligibility of individuals for registration in the profession. The Board has developed the following registration standards:

Document name PDF Accessible format Date of effect
Continuing Professional Development Registration Standard PDF (284KB)   1 July 2012
Criminal History Registration Standard PDF (249KB) Word version
(574KB)
1 July 2015
English Language Skills Registration Standard PDF (375KB) Word version
(577KB)
1 July 2015
Professional Indemnity Insurance Arrangements Registration Standard PDF (248KB)   1 July 2012
Recency of Practice Registration Standard PDF (287KB)   1 July 2012

Grandparenting arrangements: Effective 1 July 2015, grandparenting arrangements that allowed some practitioners to become registered have expired. See the news item for more information.

Codes and Guidelines and Frequently Asked Questions can be found under the Codes and Guidelines section.


Background information

Ministerial Council approves registration standards

A detailed consultation process supported the development of the Board’s registration standards.

Retired versions

Document name PDF Date of effect
Retired version: Criminal History Registration Standard PDF (284KB) To 30 June 2015
Retired version: English Language Skills Registration Standard PDF (289KB) To 30 June 2015 
Retired version: Grandparenting Registration Standard - Transitional Arrangements for Qualifications PDF (398KB) To 30 June 2015
 
 
 
Page reviewed 30/06/2015