Forms

Please send all completed forms via scanned email to;

 

qsa@osteopathiccouncil.org.au

 

 

Form 1AApplication for skills assessment (Australia)
Form 1B-AUApplication for UK Competent Authority Pathway Assessment

Form 1C

Application for the Assessment of Eligibility to Undertake theProfessional Examinations in Osteopathy (Australia)

Form C1

Appeal of conduct or proceedings of Stage 1 assessment
Form C2Appeal of conduct or proceedings of written or practical examinations
Form C3Appeal for special consideration

 

Guides

Candidate Guide ? Skills assessment for migration to, and/or registration in Australia

Information on the practice of Osteopathy in Australia - A guide for graduates trained overseas

 

Submitting supporting documents

Electronic Copies (Certification required)

All documents submitted electronically must be certified scanned colour copies of the original document. This information offers you guidance in attaching documents to your email application.

 

Compressed files

AOAC is not able to accept files that have been compressed. A compressed file is a container for documents, programs or other files that have been packaged together and reduced in size.

 

A common example is files compressed using WinZip® with a ?.zip? file extension. If the document you are attempting to attach is too large we recommend that you create a PDF document.
See: https://createpdf.adobe.com/

 

What can you attach?

AOAC is only able to accept the following file formats:

Extension

File Type

.DOC

Microsoft Word 2002 or older document

.DOCX

Microsoft Word 2007 document

.JPG

JPEG image file

.PDF

Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format file

.PPT

Microsoft PowerPoint presentation document

.XLS

Microsoft Excel spreadsheet document

 

The following table details the maximum number, size and allowable formats of files you are able to attach to your application:

 

Maximum number of files

 Maximum size each file

Formats allowed

20

5MB

.DOC, .DOCX, .XLS, .PPT, .JPG, .PDF