If you are an education provider and wish to apply for an accreditation assessment of your program of study, you need to contact the Program Accreditation Team and arrange a due date for submission of your application.
The accreditation standards are available on the Accreditation page of the National Board’s website and the accreditation process is available on this page.
Please contact the Program Accreditation Team for the current version of the application form which you need to complete your application correctly.
Guidance on the evidence to be presented by education providers seeking accreditation or responding to monitoring of an accredited Chinese medicine program, is incorporated into the accreditation standards document, including:
As required by section 45 of the National Law, the Accreditation Committee has published its accreditation process.
The Guidelines for accreditation of education and training programs (the Guidelines) were developed as part of a review of the Accreditation Committee’s 2013 accreditation process, and in conjunction with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Practice, Medical Radiation Practice, Paramedicine and Podiatry Accreditation Committees.
When an education provider is preparing an accreditation application, the Guidelines should be read alongside the accreditation standards for Chinese Medicine, and the professional capabilities for registered Chinese medicine practitioners.
For information on accreditation fees please visit the accreditation fee information webpage.
If the Accreditation Committee decides not to accredit a program of study, or decides to revoke accreditation of a program, the education provider may apply for an internal review of the decision. The internal review process provides more information: