Depending on your circumstances you can join NHAA as either a Practicing or Non-Practicing Full member:
(Please note that NHAA membership is for a fixed period so once paid there are no refunds.)
- You are qualified and currently practicing or commencing practice as a Naturopath or Western Herbalist.
- You will need to provide and maintain Professional Indemnity Insurance, First Aid and yearly CPD hours.
- You are qualified but non practicing.
- You will need to maintain yearly CPD hours.
- You will not need to provide and maintain Professional Indemnity Insurance and First Aid.
The documentation required to support your application for Full membership will depend on your qualification and where and when it was completed:
- A certified copy* of your Degree (if available) or Advanced Diploma.
- A certified copy* of your Transcript of qualification, listing all subjects or modules studied. Your transcript must clearly indicate that you have graduated.
- A certified copy* of your current ID such as Drivers Licence or Passport
- Professional Indemnity Insurance, if applying to be a Practicing Full member (you can supply this at a later date if not currently available). For requirements and details click here to see the Insurance Guide.
- First Aid Certificate, if applying to be a Practicing Full member (you can supply this at a later date if not currently available). For requirements and details click here to see the First Aid Guide.
- Record of Continuing Professional Development. Required only if your qualification is greater than 12 months old. In this case you must provide a CPD Diary and evidence of 30 hours of CPD acquired in the last 12 months.
Click here for CPD Guide and CPD Diary
* For more information on certification of documents, click here to see our Certified Documents Guide.
All documentation listed above, plus:
- Record of Continuing Professional Development.
- For those who completed their qualification more than 5 years ago, you will need to provide evidence of at least 2 years in recent clinical practice (in a formal practice environment). For more detailed information, click here to see our Clause 2 Application Guide