Registration standards

Under Section 38 of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law as in force in each state and territory, the Paramedicine 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 registration standards define the requirements all applicants, registrants need to meet to be registered. The Board has developed the following registration standards:

Document name PDF Accessible format Date of effect

Continuing professional development registration standard

Guidelines for continuing professional development

PDF (78.7 KB)

PDF (215 KB)

Word version (451 KB, DOCX)

Word version (445 KB, DOCX)

17 May 2018

17 May 2018

Criminal history registration standard PDF (74.8 KB) Word version (372 KB, DOCX) 17 May 2018
English language skills registration standard PDF (98.5 KB) Word version (378 KB, DOCX) 17 May 2018
Professional indemnity insurance arrangements PDF (80.3 KB) Word version (374 KB, DOCX) 17 May 2018
Recency of practice registration standard PDF (81.3 KB) Word version (372 KB, DOCX) 17 May 2018
Grandparenting registration standard PDF (80.5 KB) Word version (378 KB, DOCX) 17 May 2018

Ministerial Council directions and approvals

The following directions or approvals given by Ministerial Council to the Paramedicine Board of Australia are published in accordance with section 17(2) of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law as in force in each state and territory (the National Law).

Document name PDF  Document date

Approval of the following registration standards:

  • continuing professional development registration standard
  • criminal history registration standard
  • English language skills registration standard
  • professional indemnity insurance arrangements registration standard
  • recency of practice registration standard
  • grandparenting registration standard
PDF (146 KB) 15 May 2018

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

For more information, see:

 
 
Page reviewed 23/05/2018