Have you received the latest updates around national registration from the Paramedicine Board of Australia? Just in case you missed it...
- Communique from yesterday’s Board meeting
The Board regularly publishes communiqués, which summarise important issues discussed at Board meetings and the decisions made (find them via; http://www.paramedicineboard.gov.au/News/Communiques.aspx)
- News release on paramedicine fees and registration opening date
The national fees for paramedic registration, which will include a one-time application fee of $190 and an annual registration fee of $275, have also been set. The same fees will apply to paramedics in all states and territories and are reviewed annually by the Board. A full schedule of fees for different types of registration will be announced in the coming months. (more information via;http://www.paramedicineboard.gov.au/News/2018-06-26-Board-announces-fees-and-registration-start-date.aspx)
- The Grandparenting FAQ and pathways diagram
Grandparenting registration standard sets out alternative ways of proving you may be qualified for general registration as a paramedic. (more information via; http://www.paramedicineboard.gov.au/Professional-standards/Registration-standards/Grandparenting.aspx)
- Link to Melbourne Forum registration (23 July 2018
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Citadines on Bourke
131-135 Bourke Street
Melbourne, Victoria) - (register via https://www.cvent.com/…/abe05632-94a3-4f4d-b4ca-35a04b4df9d6)
WANT TO SUBSCRIBE TO ALL NEW AND RECENT DEVELOPMENTS? - head to http://ahpraorg.force.com/Subscribe
In the meantime, start collecting the evidence and information you will need to have ready at your fingertips when the registration lines open on Monday 3 September 2018.
While participation day is yet to be announced, the sooner you lodge your on-line application, the sooner your application to be registered under the protected national title as a paramedic can be assessed.
Truly exciting times for Paramedicine in Australia.