Complete the APOS-76 application form and provide AHPRA with all necessary documents Applicants must pay a foreign assessment fee and registration fee. All fees of the Board of Directors are published in the fee schedule. Receive notice that you must undergo a certain period of supervised practice, and national psychology examination psychologists who use our services will have their qualifications checked to obtain registration authorization (i.e. license). The information is then transmitted in order to determine the filing date of the application and the requirements. Support is provided through the application process. Follow the control period defined in accordance with your approved plan The visa application process and the board registration process are separate and success in one does not automatically guarantee success in the other. For this reason, we recommend that you do not apply for a job or create a practice until your registration authorization has been evaluated and confirmed. Please note that AHPRA and the Board of Directors cannot help you find a job or influence employment outcomes.
The Australian Psychological Society (SPG) is the position that concludes the first assessment of qualifications abroad. Their assessment includes two areas: immigration requirements and registration by the Council of Psychologists. Psychologists who have a recent registration and practical certificate to practise as a psychologist in New Zealand may apply to be registered in Australia as psychologists under the Trans-Tasman Commonwealth Mutual Receiver Act 1997. Applicants with New Zealand qualifications and/or practical experience, but who are not currently allowed to practice in New Zealand, cannot register under trans-Catholic mutual recognition, must meet the requirements applicable to other foreign applicants. In New Zealand, the title of psychologist is protected by law and the profession is governed by the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003 (HPCA). To practice as a psychologist, registration and an annual certificate of practice are mandatory by law. Use the appropriate form to submit to the Board a plan for your specified period from supervised practice to approval of applicants for registration under Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition should also ensure that they are familiar with the Registration Standards, Code of Ethics, Guidelines and Guidelines of the Board. . . .