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You have selected the Accredited Membership membership level.

An Accredited member must hold a minimum Bachelor of Medical/Biomedical Science with major components of human anatomy and physiology (or equivalent).

  • You must have at least one (1) year practical experience and achieved a practical level of competence deemed acceptable by ANTA Inc. including Performing EEG Competence.
  • You must maintain ANTA Inc. Continued Professional Development (CPD) Those unable or unwilling to comply with CPD will remain as Full Membership
  • SEE GRAND PARENT CLAUSE for non BSc Holders with more than 5 years Experience.
  • Your membership subscription runs for one calendar year after which your will be invited to renew you subscription for the following year.

Accredited Member Grandparent Clause

As at midnight on the 18th August 2017 Current members who hold Practical Competence for one or more Clinical Neurophysiological tests included in the ANTA Inc Competence Statements deemed acceptable by ANTA Inc. including at least Performing EEG competence but DO NOT have a Bachelor of Science will be accepted as an Accredited member.

The price for membership is $100.00 now.

Membership expires after 1 Year.


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Membership terms and conditions

My submitting my Membership application I agree to:

  • Provide proof of training, qualifications and employment if requested to do so.
  • Maintain a record of my Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and will provide evidence of this if requested to do so.
  • Adhere to the Association of Neurophysiological Technologists of Australia Inc Code of Professional Conduct (below).

Code of Professional Conduct

  • Ensure the responsibilities of office are upheld according to the Constitution, Guidelines and Associations Incorporation Act 1987.
  • Act and communicate in a professional manner with fellow Members, companies and associations affiliated to the Association.
  • Ensure the rights and dignity of Members are upheld at all times.
  • Ensure Members abide by the procedures outlined in the Association’s Constitution and Guidelines so as to prevent bringing the Association into disrepute.