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 Here is a checklist of documentation required

 

Please send applications via email (applications@aronah.org) or by post (PO Box 711, Fortitude Valley, Qld 4006)

 

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Registration Types

The majority of naturopaths and herbalists registering with ARONAH will apply for either general registration or non-practising registration.

 

General registration

General registration is available to practitioners who apply their skills and knowledge in any area relevant to the practice of naturopathy or Western herbal medicine. This includes, but is not limited to, the provision of direct clinical care.  Practitioners may apply for registration within one or more of the following divisions of the Australian Register of Naturopaths and Herbalists (ARONAH):

  • Naturopath
  • Western herbal medicine practitioner

 

For more information about the requirements for general registration and assessment of applications please see the Grand-parenting Requirements for Eligibility for General Registration.

For specific information on educational institutions that fulfill requirements for application with Tier 1 documentation – see further information here.

 

 

Non-practising registration

Non-practising registration is available to members who use their skills and knowledge as a health practitioner except for the provision of direct clinical care. It includes working in: a direct non-clinical relationship with clients; management; administration; education; research; advisory, regulatory or policy development roles; and any other roles that impact on safe, effective delivery of services in the profession.

Practitioners may apply for registration within one or more of the following divisions of the Australian Register of Naturopaths and Herbalists (ARONAH):

  • Naturopath
  • Western herbal medicine practitioner

 

For more information about the requirements for general registration and assessment of applications please see the Grand-parenting Requirements for Eligibility for Non-practising Registration.

 

 

Limited registration

In addition to the two major categories of registration, applicants who do not fulfill the requirements outlined for general or non-practising registration may be invited to apply for limited registration. For more information about the standards for limited registration and assessment of applications please the Grand-parenting Requirements for Eligibility for Limited Registration for Supervised Practice.

 

 

Register membership fees and renewal fees

 

Membership fees:

 

Your first membership fee depends on what month you join:

 Single registration (one division)  Dual registration (two divisions)
 Joined Jan – March      $27.50  Joined Jan – March      $41.25
 Joined April – June      $110 (with renewal due the following June)  Joined April – June      $165 (with renewal due the following June)
 Joined July – Sept        $82.50  Joined July – Sept        $123.75
 Joined Oct – Dec          $55  Joined Oct – Dec          $82.50
 Application fee for all new memberships $25  Application fee for all new memberships $25
The month you join is defined as the month you send in your application, not when we contact you with its approval. Memberships are approved at each board meeting which occur every 2 months.

 

 

Renewal fees:

 

The ARONAH membership renewal for the naturopathy and Western herbal medicine profession is due 30 June each year

 Membership Type  Renewal Annual Fee
 General registration – 1 division  $110.00
 Non-practising registration – 1 division  $110.00
 Dual registration – 2 divisions  $165.00

 

 

Refund Policy: Please choose carefully.  We do not give refunds if you simply change your mind or make a wrong decision. Once purchased, your membership lasts for a year.

 

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