The Board has a range of resources for education providers, students and interested others to assist in understanding what it means to be a registered occupational therapist in Australia.
The fact sheet, ‘When should occupational therapists be registered?’ provides guidance on when it is necessary to be registered as an occupational therapist:
This video is most relevant to occupational therapy students who are nearing the completion of their approved programs of study in Australia and will soon be seeking general registration as an occupational therapist.
The approved programs of study can be found on the Accreditation page.
Are you graduating soon? Watch a video from our latest webinar to find out what you need to know and help you get begin the registration process.
You can also access a transcript of the event and the presentation slides:
For more information, visit the graduate application page.
Here are some FAQs for new occupational therapy graduates:
FAQ - New graduates (51.8 KB,PDF), Word version (58.5 KB,DOCX)
Graduating soon? Apply for registration now.
More information for graduates on the application process, including FAQ, is published on the AHPRA website.