Natural and Alternate Therapies Education Providers
The CMA accepts applications from those holding qualifications, or currently studying an eligible course from an Australian RTO (Recognised Training Organisation) or University.
Please note that advanced diploma courses in natural therapies are no longer available via Government Accredited RTO’s. A Bachelor Degree is now the minimum education level that may be enrolled in for natural therapies studies in Australia.
Below is a list of Australian RTO’s and Universities that offer courses in natural therapies.
- ACNT (Australasian College of Natural Therapies)
- Charles Sturt University
- Deakin University
- Endeavour College of Natural Health
- Griffith University
- Health Institute Australia
- Latrobe University
- Nature Care College
- NCTM (National College of Traditional Medicine) (animal natural therapies)
- Open College of Natural Therapies
- RMIT University
- SSNT (Southern School of Natural Therapies)
- Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine
- The Australasian Institute of Ayurvedic Studies
- The University of Newcastle
- The University of Queensland
- Think Colleges
- Torrens University
- University of South Australia
- University of Tasmania
- Victoria University
- Western Sydney University
The above is not an exhaustive list and some may no longer take new enrolments. Contact the education provider for further course information. Minimum education criteria and other entry requirements must be met for membership eligibility and may not be applicable to all providers and/or courses listed above.
Practical hours and clinic practicum must be undertaken as part of the course of study to meet membership entry criteria. Online theory learning may be no more than 50% of overall course requirements.
RTO information is available via Training.gov.au.
Further information on education providers may be accessed via Australian Skills Quality Authority.
Education and membership eligibility criteria may be altered at any time without prior notice.