Australian Registered

 

The Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition Act (TTMRA) came into effect on 1st May 1998.  It provides for the mutual recognition of regulatory standards adopted in Australia and New Zealand regarding goods and occupations.

Please note, this does not apply to those applying for registration in the following scopes of practices:

  • Sonography
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technology

All AHPRA registered MRT's may apply for registration in New Zealand under the TTMRA and your application will be treated the same as New Zealand graduates.

Required Documentation:

Applications are to be made through the online registration link.  Once completed, you will receive a confirmation email with a checklist that is to be included with your application along with the following documentation.

Please note:       A photocopy may be certified as a true copy by a solicitor, Notary Public, Justice of the Peace, or an Officer of the Court

  • A certified copy of your qualification; and
  • Two Certificates of Good Character that ha­ve been completed by persons unrelated to you, and one of whom is a practising medical imaging and/or radiation therapy practitioners; and
  • A letter of Good Standing from Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA); and
  • Evidence of name change if applicable; and
  • Your application will require the payment of the registration fee of $315.00; and
  • A certified copy of your registration with an Australian registration board; and
  • Curriculum Vitae; and
  • One passport-style photograph signed with your usual signature and certified to be a true likeness of yourself (stating your name) by a referee of a Justice of the Peace on the reverse; and
  • An original police certificate that is no more than 3 months old.  Please note, criminal check certificates issued by a third party will not be accepted.

If you hold an Australian qualification and are seeking registration in a scope of practice outside of the above, you will need to apply according to the requirements for an overseas-qualified applicant.