08 Apr 2016
The Occupational Therapy Board of Australia (the Board) has released its report for 2014/15.
During 2014/15 the Board continued its program of engagement and informing the profession. A number of breakfast forums and webinars were undertaken to ensure that occupational therapists understand their registration requirements. The year saw a reduction in practitioner fees, overseeing of practitioner audits, and start of a review of the profession-specific registration standards for recency of practice, professional indemnity insurance and continuing professional development. During the year the Board also undertook a project analysing practitioner notifications, and initiated a project to develop new competency standards for the profession.
Download a copy of the report below:
Occupational therapy regulation at work in Australia - 2014-15 (37.6 KB,PDF), Word version (44.9 KB,DOCX)