**IMPORTANT INFORMATION: COVID-19**

The CCEA is monitoring the evolving situation regarding the global pandemic of Coronavirus (COVID-19). The pandemic continues to pose a significant public health risk, and the CCEA is taking the advice and guidance of the Australian Government, and the World Health Organisation.

As an accreditation authority, and skills assessment authority, be assured the CCEA takes its role and responsibilities seriously. We will continue to work with all of our stakeholders to ensure business continuity and timely service provision during this difficult time. To this end, we have collaboratively developed advice for our accredited chiropractic programs as guidance. With regard to competency-based skills assessment, we have made the decision to cancel the scheduled November 2020 session. At this stage, the next available session is in February 2021. We will keep candidates informed as and when things change. For candidates that are based in Australia or New Zealand, we are still offering sessions where possible, and remain committed to assisting you to complete the process.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions, and we will endeavour to resolve your queries as best we can given the nature of this situation. 

Last updated: August 2020

  • About Us

    Assuring quality in chiropractic education and competency

    The Council on Chiropractic Education Australasia (CCEA) Ltd is an independent and nationally recognised body responsible for ensuring competency and high education standards in chiropractic for the Australasian community.
     

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  • Education Institutions

    Accrediting chiropractic programs in the Australasia region

    Accreditation by CCEA is a multi-level process that certifies the quality of education through the development of standards, self-analysis by the institution, peer review evaluation and ongoing monitoring. Graduates of accredited chiropractic programs in Australia and NZ are eligible for registration with the Chiropractic Board of Australia.
     

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  • International Practitioners

    Undertaking qualification and skills assessment for migration and registration

    Overseas qualified chiropractors seeking registration in Australia with the Chiropractic Board of Australia, or in New Zealand with the New Zealand Chiropractic Board, must undergo an assessment of their qualification and skills with CCEA. Qualified chiropractors wishing to migrate to Australia must also undergo this assessment.

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News

August 2020 - CCEA is recruiting! We are seeking dynamic individuals, to fill multiple positions on the CCEA Board, Committee on Accreditation and Committee (AC), and the Committee on Overseas Qualifications (COAC). Nominations close 18 September 2020.

August 2020 - CCEA is recruiting! We are seeking a dynamic individual to join the team. Candidates should refer to the full position description before applying. Applications close COB 1 September.

April 2020 - CCEA has released a call for nominations for its Board of Directors. Nominees must refer to the Call for Nominations for detail. Nominations close COB 22 April 2020.

March 2020 - CCEA Digest March 2020.

March 2020 - Advice to accredited programs regarding COVID-19.

November 2019 - CCEA releases its 2019 Annual Report.

October 2019 CCEA Digest October 2019 now available.

September 2019 - CCEA publishes its Strategic Plan 2018-2023.

July 2019 CCEA Digest July 2019 now available.