The Allied Health Professions Council of South Africa

ensuring quality complementary and alternative healthcare of choice

Students of AHP professions are required by law to be registered with the AHPCSA whilst studying or face a hefty penalty after graduating and then requesting registration as a practitioner/therapist. Graduates that don’t register within six months of graduating will be required to undergo a competency assessment to ensure that skills have not been lost due to a delay in registering.

Practitioner details update form

EXCERPT FROM S 19 (1) REGULATIONS: R.127 OF 12 FEBRUARY 2001: POWERS OF THE PROFESSIONAL BOARD

A professional board may recommend to the council that the name of a practitioner be removed from the relevant register if that practitioner –

-has died;
-has left the Republic permanently or was absent from the Republic without the council’s permission for a continuous period of more than three years;
-has failed to pay any fees, including annual fees, which he or she owes the council, within three months after the date upon which payment became due;
-has failed to notify the registrar of any change in his or her residential address or postal address or in the address of his or her practice within three months after any such change;

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