Will working part-time delay achieving my General Registration?


Will working part-time delay achieving my General Registration?

If you are working part-time during your supervised practice, you will need to complete the equivalent of 47 weeks full time practice before you are eligible for General Registration. AHPRA considers full time practice as 38 hours per week. So, if you are working 19 hours per week, you will need to complete 2 years of supervised practice instead of 1 year before you can apply for General Registration.

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