The list below contains the details of programs of study approved by the Podiatry Board of Australia:
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 Board.
An online search is available for all approved programs of study.
The Australian and New Zealand Podiatry Accreditation Council (ANZPAC) is the accreditation authority responsible for accrediting education providers and programs of study for the podiatry profession. Approved accreditation standards are used to assess whether a program of study, and the education provider that provides the program of study, provide persons who complete the program with the knowledge, skills and professional attributes to practise the profession.
Accreditation standards take effect on the day that they are published on the Podiatry Board of Australia’s website.
The Board approved revised Accreditation standards for podiatry programs for Australia and New Zealand at its meeting on 22 April 2015. These standards were published on the Board’s website on 9 June 2015:
Procedures for accreditation are published on the ANZPAC website.
The Board approved the accreditation standards for the podiatry specialty of Podiatric Surgery on 25 May 2012. The accreditation standards took effect on 7 June 2012, the day they were published on the Board’s website.
The Board approved the following accreditation standards for endorsement for scheduled medicines on 22 August 2012. The accreditation standards took effect on 30 August 2012, the day they were published on the Board’s website.
The Board also approved ESM Accreditation Standards - Part B Supervised Practice on 22 August 2012. On 24 February 2016, the Board repealed its approval of the ESM Accreditation Standards: Part B - Supervised Practice as these accreditation standards have never been used to accredit programs of study for the purpose of endorsement for scheduled medicines and will not be used to accredit programs of study in the future because they are outdated.
The Board has requested ANZPAC to develop revised accreditation standards for endorsement for scheduled medicines.