AOAC | Australasian Osteopathic Accreditation Council | Osteopathy Accreditation & Education
The Australasian Osteopathic Accreditation Council (AOAC) is the independent accrediting authority for osteopathy education under Australia’s National Registration and Accreditation Scheme.
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Program

Accreditation

The Australasian Osteopathic Accreditation Council (AOAC) is the independent accrediting authority for osteopathy education under Australia’s National Registration and Accreditation Scheme.

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Qualification

and Skills Assessment

The Australasian Osteopathic Accreditation Council (AOAC) carries out assessments of the skills and qualifications held by overseas trained osteopaths on behalf of the Osteopathy Board of Australia.

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AOAC helps protect the health and safety of the Australian community.

The Australasian Osteopathic Accreditation Council (AOAC) is the independent accrediting authority for osteopathy education under Australia’s National Registration and Accreditation Scheme. AOAC helps protect the health and safety of the Australian community by establishing high-quality standards of osteopathy assessment and education.

 

AOAC is responsible for facilitating the development of content for the osteopathy accreditation standards in consultation with our stakeholders and representatives. AOAC is also responsible for determining whether programs of study for osteopaths seeking to practice in Australia meet the required accreditation standards. This ensures osteopaths have the skills and knowledge to deliver health care that meets the changing needs of the community.

 

AOAC is also responsible for assessing the skills of overseas qualified osteopaths to practice in Australia and for assessing the skills of overseas qualified osteopaths who seek to migrate to Australia under the General Skilled Migration program.



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