The first is for practitioners who have completed a qualification at a college whose homoeopathic course is accredited by AROH (a list of AROH-accredited courses can be viewed by clicking here: Courses)
The second, for practitioners who have not studied an AROH accredited course. The applicant is required to provide certified copies of their homeopathic qualifications, including any postgraduate studies.
Once received, along with the application forms and fees (see ARoH Application for Registration Form below), they will be individually assessed by the ARoH Registrar.
After this assessment, if it is deemed necessary, the Registrar may request an extra competency assessment (known as the RCC assessment, please see more information here) to be undertaken. Alternatively a period of conditional registration may be directed to be undertaken before full registration is granted. The ARoH Registrar will determine the best pathway to registration for the applicant.
Registration has three entry points, Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3. The ARoH Registrar will determine the most applicable tier for the applicant.
Please find a copy of the current Pathways to ARoH Registration here: Pathways To ARoH Registration
Current Australian-based Homeopaths Can Apply Online: Click here
Please note that documents to be submitted with your application must be certified as true copies. Certification can occur through a Justice of the Peace or Commissioner of Declarations. Please find out more about a Justice of the Peace and where to find one here or who can be a Commissioner of Declarations here. For further clarification of the process please contact email@example.com.
In order to maintain registration, practitioners must: