Qualifications

Approved qualifications

An approved qualification is obtained by completing an approved program of study.

An approved program of study is one that has been accredited by the Medical Radiation Practice Accreditation Committee following assessment of the program and education provider against accreditation standards.

A list of programs of study that provide a qualification approved by the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia are published here - Approved programs of study.

Substantially equivalent qualifications

A qualification that the Board considers to be substantially equivalent, or based on similar competencies to an approved qualification, can be accepted for registration in the profession.

The Board has approved the following qualifications as substantially equivalent

Assessing qualifications

If you do not hold an approved qualification your qualification(s) will need to be assessed.

Overseas qualified medical radiation practitioners should review the information and assessment criteria published on the Overseas qualified practitioners webpage.

You must apply as an overseas qualified applicant and use application form AGOS-91 if you:

  • have not held registration in Australia before, and
  • are relying on any qualifications obtained overseas to apply for registration as a medical radiation practitioner in Australia.

Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition

Applicants who have current registration in New Zealand should apply under Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition.

 
 
Page reviewed 26/07/2021