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At the Australian College of Weight Management & Allied Health we are proud to offer our students a quality education that has received Professional Accreditation & Professional Development recognition both nationally and internationally.

We are also aligned with a number of Professional Associations.

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Nurses who study any of our health or weight management qualifications may apply to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia for CPDs. Applications will be assessed on a case by case basis identifying how the course assisted in furthering knowledge.

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The Australian College of Weight Management & Allied Health is a proud member and Approved Training Provider of Global Weight Management Federation and provides all students with a 1-year complimentary membership as part of your ongoing professional development. You can find out more about your membership benefits by clicking here.

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The Australian College of Weight Management & Allied Health is an approved training provider with IICT (International Institute for Complimentary Therapies).

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The Australian College of Weight Management & Allied Health has been awarded Level A accreditation for the 10698NAT Diploma of Weight Management and 10859NAT Certificate IV in Weight Management and Level B accreditation for the HLT33015 Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance and HLT37315 Certificate III in Health Administration.

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The Australian College of Weight Management & Allied Health has been awarded the maximum number of PDP points by Physical Activity Australia for students who successfully complete the 10859NAT Certificate IV in Weight Management and the 10698NAT Diploma of Weight Management. Registered Fitness Professionals are therefore able to receive professional accreditation in the form of 6 PDP points upon successful completion of the 10859NAT Certificate IV in Weight Management, 10698NAT Diploma of Weight Management, HLT33015 Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance and HLT37315 Certificate III in Health Administration.

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The Australian College of Weight Management & Allied Health has been awarded the maximum number of (Continuing Education Credits) CECs by Fitness Australia, the Health & Fitness Industry Association for students who successfully complete the 10859NAT Certificate IV in Weight Management. Registered Fitness Professionals are therefore able to receive professional accreditation in the form of 15 Fitness Australia CECs upon successful completion of the 10859NAT Certificate IV in Weight Management 10576NAT (approval number: 04348FA).

Australian Registered Exercise professionals may be eligible for Fitness Australia CECs (Continuing Education Credits) for completion of units of competency within the Scope of Practice for Registered Exercise Professionals, up to 15 CECs are attainable for the 10698NAT Diploma of Weight Management, HLT33015 Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance and HLT37315 Certificate III in Health Administration.

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The Australian College of Weight Management & Allied Health has been awarded the maximum number of CPD points by REPs New Zealand for students who successfully complete the 10859NAT Certificate IV in Weight Management and the 10698NAT Diploma of Weight Management.  Registered Personal Trainers are therefore able to receive professional accreditation in the form of 20 CPDs upon successful completion of the 10859NAT Certificate IV in Weight Management or the 10698NAT Diploma of Weight Management.

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The Australian College of Weight Management & Allied Health has the 10859NAT Certificate IV in Weight Management and 10698NAT Diploma of Weight Management approved as CPE courses by Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA). ANTA members require 20 CPE  hours each calendar year, with 50% of CPE hours having a requirement of being specific to each member’s specific modality; these courses would therefore meet the requirements for either 50% or 100% depending on the modality of the member.

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