Audiology Checklist

1. Employment History

  • Audiology application form
    • If you have indicated you have changed your name, please provide evidence
  • Current CV
    • Include all employment history since you have gained your initial qualification
    • Must be able to demonstrate a minimum of 250 clinical hours annually
    • If you do not work full time, you will need to provide a Statement of Service

2. Personal Clinical Skills and Qualifications

  • A certified copy of your Audiology Qualification; plus your undergraduate degree.
  • Evidence of CPR completed in the past 12 months – inc. practical and theoretical component.  
  • A minimum 20 hours of Professional Development completed in the past 12 months. Please provide a Clinical Certificate from ASA, if possible.
  • Verification of qualifications form

3. Proof of Identity

  • Provide two forms of identification in the form of an Australian or New Zealand driver’s licence and one other form of identification (e.g. passport, full birth certificate, marriage certificate). All documents must be certified by a person over the age of 18.

4. Photo for RAHC ID

  • One electronic photo (Face shot preferable)  to use for your RAHC ID

5. References

  • Two references attesting to your clinical practice in the past 2 years. To be an eligible referee, they must adhere to the following criteria:
    • Audiologist for Audiologist
    • Must be the same level as you; or senior
    • Minimum of one Clinical Manager 
    • Must have worked clinically with you for a minimum 3 months

6. Police Check

  • Completed AFP National Police Check (NPC) Application Form. RAHC will submit and pay for this check on your behalf.
  • Please provide a copy of a current police check (completed in the past 12 months).  

7. Registration

  • Registration with Australian Health Professionals Regulation Agency (AHPRA). 

8. Working with Children clearance application

  • Please visit the website below at SAFE NT and follow the procedure to complete your Working with Children Clearance Application. 
    A Working with Children Clearance is mandatory to work in the Northern Territory and must be completed (or an exemption obtained) before a placement can take place. This process should take between 4-6 weeks to complete. 
    The application process can be undertaken at 
    RAHC will reimburse the application fee upon your first placement with RAHC on the provision of your Working with Children Clearance Notice Number.

7. Insurance

  • Evidence of current professional indemnity insurance

Additional Documents Required
(if Applicable)

  • Evidence of name changes
  • Evidence of permanent residency if not Australian Citizen    
  • Disciplinary Action: Provide details of any suspensions or actions from AHPRA and evidence of a certificate of Good Standing
  • A Statement of Service of Hours worked in past 12 months – Casual/part-time/Agency Audiologists ONLY 

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