- Ayurvedic Professional Member: $135.00/year
- Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant: $120.00/year
- New PM & ALC Appl and Doc Fees: $80.00 (Once Off Only)
- Single & Student Member: $20.00/year
- Family Member: $25.00/year
Membership Categories Description & Roles
Ayurvedic Professional Membership
Individuals who have attained an adequate standard of education in Ayurvedic Medicine acceptable by the AAA and intend to practice Ayurvedic Medicine in an adequate clinical environment in their own right or in association with another Ayurvedic practitioner/s.
Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant Membership
Individuals who have successfully completed Certificate IV of Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant as prescribed in the Australian Health Training Package HLT07 at a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) or at an educational institution recognised by the AAA.
Single and Student Membership
Individuals who are studying Ayurvedic Medicine at an educational institution recognised by the AAA or are an apprentice in a professional Ayurvedic clinic.
Individuals or organisations who are interested in furthering the aims and objectives of the AAA.
For additional information on the membership structure please contact the AAA by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CPE – Commitment to Quality
Continuing professional education is an important responsibility for all health care professionals. It can take many forms including attendance at seminars, subscription to journals, purchasing of textbooks, as well as formal education programs.
It is a requirement that all Professional Members of the AAA participate in continuing professional education. The AAA CPE Program is designed to be flexible and cater to the individual areas of interest and specialist of participants.
How Does the CPE Program Work?
The AAA CPE Program uses a category and point system to allow you to keep track of the types and values of the activities in which you participate. A total of 20 points are required each year. Over and above the 20 points may be carried over to the next year.
For information on how the Program works,
What are Acceptable Types of Activities & Point Values?
To improve flexibility for Members who are very busy or who are located in remote areas, the Program allows for many types of activities to be recognised.
For more information, please check the Quick Index of Activities which can be read online or downloaded for later reading.
CPE activities and their appropriate point values should be recorded preferably on the official CPE Diary. This CPE Diary is what you need to return to the AAA Office by the 31st of July each year. The AAA will not accept lists of activities, copies of receipts for seminars, or any other items in place of the CPE Diary. However, a member may write, in special circumstances, to the association listing the number of activities and the number or hours of activities with appropriate proof of participation in an approved CPE activities. The AAA will not accept Diaries which are in complete or not completed correctly (eg. points not tabulated or totalled).
The list below is the current Health Funds that the AAA is part of: