Quick Information on Working in New Zealand as a Physiotherapist

If you are a physiotherapist that is interested in working abroad why not consider New Zealand? Yes, New Zealand. Why not? If you’ve thought about Migrating to Australia as a physiotherapist, then why not New Zealand? Do you know that being registered in New Zealand can give you access to work in Australia? But that’s…

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How to Get a Physiotherapy Job in Ireland

Apply for Recognition of Qualifications with CORU If you have a Physiotherapy qualification from outside Ireland, you can’t directly apply for registeration as a Physiotherapist in until you first have a letter of Recognition. Your professional qualification and any additional relevant post qualifying education and training / work experience will be assessed against the threshold…

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How to Register As a Physiotherapist in Seychelles: the Process

To work as a physiotherapist in Seychelles you will need to register with the Health Professionals Council (HPC) Seychelles. To get updated in information on the registration process, send an email to the Registrar: [email protected] or [email protected] call +248 4303745. This information below is to give you an idea on what is likely to be…

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Important Update for Foreign Trained Physiotherapists who want to work in South Africa

1. All foreign qualified Physiotherapists are required to sit for an examination conducted by the Board, twice per year. 2. You should also submit the following to the HPCSA (Health Professionals Council of South Africa): Form 49 PT Form 176 DOH Certificate of Status, issued by foreign registration authority Original certificate of Qualifications or certified…

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Working as a Physiotherapist in New Zealand

If you are an overseas trained physiotherapist seeking to work in New Zealand, you need to be licensed by the physiotherapy board of New Zealand. This is quite a lengthy process so you need to be prepared for the long haul. The board expects you meet the requirements in 3 major areas: 1. Your qualification…

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