Registration due 30 June? Did you renew on time?

22 Jul 2010

Statement from AHPRA


Was your registration due 30 June?  Did you renew on time?

If not you MUST act now or your registration may lapse and you may not be able to practise in Australia after 31 July 2010.


Who is affected?

Registrants who did NOT renew registration by 30 June 2010 or those due to renew.

  

What is the problem?

If your registration was due on 30 June or 1 July and you did not renew your registration by 30 June, you MUST renew your registration now.  If you do not renew your registration before 31 July 2010 your registration will lapse and you will not be able to practise.

  

What is the Chiropractic Board of Australia doing?

Through the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA), the Chiropractic Board is sending a letter to every practitioner who is affected by this issue.  The letter includes:

  • a reminder to act now to renew your registration
  • a renewal form, which you can complete and mail to AHPRA before 31 July 2010
  • a login and password to check your information

 
How can I renew by mail?

Follow these steps:

  1. Look out for your letter from AHPRA. Call AHPRA on 1300 419 495 if you do not get your letter by 28 July 2010.
  2. When you get your letter, complete the enclosed registration renewal form. This includes making the relevant declarations about the registration standards required under the National Law, and including payment details.
  3. Return your completed form as soon as possible. If it is not received by AHPRA by 31 July 2010 your registration will lapse and you will not be able to practise in Australia until you have renewed your registration.
  4. If you have any questions about completing the form, call AHPRA on 1300 419 495 and a member of our team will talk you through it.


What else do I need to do?

  • You MUST meet new registration standards under the National Law.
  • You MUST renew your registration before 31 July or you will not be registered and will not be able to practise legally.

 

 
 
Page reviewed 22/07/2010