If you are selected for a registration audit, we request that you follow the instructions in the audit letter attached to the email within 30 days from the date of the email.
Once you have followed the instructions, submit the completed audit notification form. AUSactive will review the evidence supplied in a timely manner, and you will be notified regarding the outcome.
AUSactive routinely conducts random professional audits as a quality assurance process. AUSactive Registered Professionals are required to complete a required amount of continuing education (20 CECs during the 2-year registration term or 10 CECs if you hold a 12-month registration term) and maintain nationally recognised current First Aid and CPR certifications to be eligible for re-registration. Typical sources of evidence of CEC completion include transcripts of results and/or completion certificates. Audits may require professionals to supply evidence of their professional indemnity insurance that covers the scope of all activities undertaken, whether in a professional or voluntary capacity and formal industry qualifications or applicable formal education for AUSactive registration. Registrants also agree to abide by the AUSactive Professional Code of Ethical Conduct.
AUSactive recognises that registrants may need to defer the audit due to unforeseen circumstances. To defer the audit process, the registrant must submit a detailed written explanation to AUSactive. If approved, the maximum deferral period is three months.