As a requirement of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) registration process, registered Podiatrists are required to complete a minimum of 20 hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) per year. Let us help you do that.
Accreditation: Can be used as the laser safety education evidence for license application to Qld Radiation Health (trainee), Government of Western Australia Radiological Council and theTasmanian Government Radiation Protection Unit
Do this if you are a podiatrist or clinician providing podiatry services using laser technology to treat such conditions as onychomycosis and verruca vulgaris. This course may also assist in podiatry practice accreditation. This course covers laser physics, systems, regulation, safety and clinical practice.
How long does it take?
Up to eight hours at your own pace, in your own time and you can take as long as you like to do it. This course meets eight hours of continuing professional development (CPD) when applied according to relevant AHPRA guidelines. Continuing professional development is the means by which members of the profession maintain, improve and broaden their knowledge, expertise and competence, and develop the personal and professional qualities required throughout their professional lives.
Flexible payment options
We don’t want anything to get in the way of you achieving your dreams and supercharging your career. That’s why we offer flexible payment options, as explained below, get started.
- 1. Click HERE to apply for a student loan with low costs.
- 2. Pay your first instalment today, spread out the rest. We will have you enrolled straight away.
- 3. Your remaining payments will automatically be taken care of. How easy is that?
Who endorses/recognises it?
The Government of Western Australia Radiological Council; Tasmanian Government Radiation Protection Unit; Queensland Government Radiation Health (ED260).
THIS COURSE FORMS PART OF THE LASER SAFETY EDUCATIONAL EVIDENCE REQUIRED FOR LASER APPLICATIONS IN QUEENSLAND, WESTERN AUSTRALIA AND TASMANIA. IT IS NOT A LICENCE.Save