One of the most important obligations of Massage & Myotherapy Australia members is the requirement to maintain professional standards.

When you join the Association, you are required to declare your ongoing compliance with the Constitution, Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice, and Continuing Professional Education requirements.

Compulsory CPE applies for both membership of Massage & Myotherapy Australia and for eligibility for approved provider status with private health funds.
 

Advance Advance Members must have a minimum of 50 points current at all times to meet membership requirements and be eligible for Health Funds.
Remedial Remedial Members must have aa minimum of 40 points current at all times to meet membership requirements and be eligible for Health Funds.
Therapeutic Massage Members must have a minimum of 30 points current at all times to meet membership requirements and be eligible for Health Funds.
The Five Elements of CPE are explained in detail in the Massage & Myotherapy Australia CPE Planner. On the back page there is a step-by-step guide to maintaining your CPE points online. You have a professional obligation to yourself, to your clients and to the public to plan and participate in a continuing professional education program tailored to meet your own needs. The underlying principle of CPE is that it should contribute to improving your ability to undertake your job by extending your knowledge and skills. It is additional to the normal requirements of your job and aims to ensure that you are up-to-date, providing you with a competitive advantage in your area. 

CPE activities are offered by a range of providers, including educational institutions and private providers. There is no obligation to undertake CPE with Massage & Myotherapy Australia. You may also elect to undertake online learning via HALO. The Association offers an extensive range of events, webinars and online learning and we encourage you to explore all of these CPE opportunities.


CPE Planner