General registration is available to practitioners who wish to practise as podiatrists.
The National Law, together with the Board's registration standards, define the requirements that need to be met to be registered.
The Podiatry Board of Australia has developed codes and guidelines to provide guidance to the profession. These also help to clarify our views and expectations on a range of issues.
For general registration forms, see the Forms page.
More information about the registration process can be found on the AHPRA website.
The Board welcomes podiatry graduates to the profession.
Find out more about the role of the Board and what it means to be a registered podiatrist in Australia.
The Board has a range of resources for education providers, students and interested others to assist in understanding what it means to be a registered podiatrist in Australia
This document provides guidance on when it is necessary to be registered as a podiatry practitioner:
This video is most relevant to podiatry students who are nearing the completion of their approved programs of study in Australia and will soon be seeking general registration as a podiatrist.
Transcript - Information video for podiatry students and graduates (722 KB,DOCX)
Information for students about to graduate is published on the AHPRA website.
The approved programs of study can be found on the Accreditation page.