Physiotherapy Board of Australia - Accreditation
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The Australian Physiotherapy Council is the accreditation authority responsible for accrediting education providers and programs of study for the physiotherapy profession.

Approved Programs of Study

An online search is available for all approved programs of study.

The list below contains the details of programs of study approved by the Board:

Programs of study classified as "Inactive" are not included in this list. An online search is available for Inactive Programs of Study for programs that are no longer delivered by an Education Provider or no longer approved by the National Board.

The following requirements are published in accordance with section 47(6) of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (the National Law) as in force in each state and territory.

The requirements are the approved accreditation standards, as defined under section 5 of the National Law, for the physiotherapy profession.

The approval for these accreditation standards is made under the transitional provision in section 255 of the National Law. These guidelines are also published on the Australian Physiotherapy Council website.

On 15 November 2023, the Physiotherapy Board of Australia and the Physiotherapy Board of New Zealand launched updated Physiotherapy practice thresholds in Australia & Aotearoa New Zealand for the physiotherapy profession (629 KB,PDF). This document replaces the Physiotherapy Practice Threshold Statements of 2015.

Accreditation of Entry Level Physiotherapy Programs - a manual for universities: The manual is available on the Australian Physiotherapy Council website. Please contact the Australian Physiotherapy Council for further details.

Exemption from Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

The Physiotherapy Practice Threshold Statements document has been made available on this website in compliance with the National Law and also in the interest of transparency. Wherever possible, Ahpra provides web content in accessible formats. However, in cases where the documents have been provided by other parties, accessible format files may not be available or be approved for use.

If you have difficulty accessing one of these documents, please contact Ahpra at [email protected], and we will attempt to provide you with an accessible version.

Ahpra notes that wherever possible, third party organisations are asked to provide documents in accessible formats. Ahpra will update documents on this website when accessible versions become available.

Page reviewed 15/11/2023