Council on Chiropractic Education Australasia (CCEA) is responsible for
the assessment of qualifications and skills for:
In accordance with the Migration Regulations 1994, the CCEA has been
specified by the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship as the gazetted
assessing authority for the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC)
General Skilled Migration program for the occupation Chiropractor (ANZSCO
In accordance with the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law Act 2009
as in force in each state and territory, the CCEA is responsible for performing
assessments of the knowledge, clinical skills and professional attributes of
overseas qualified chiropractors seeking registration in Australia with the
Chiropractic Board of Australia (CBA).
note: successful completion of the CCEA qualifications and skills assessment
does not guarantee you automatic migration to or registration in Australia.
Please contact the DIAC for migration (www.immi.gov.au)
and the CBA for registration (www.chiropracticboard.gov.au)
CCEA Assessment Process consists of the following two stages:
1 - Desktop Audit a paper-based application to be completed by all
candidates wishing to migrate to and/or register in Australia.
2 - Competency Based Assessment composed of written and practical
assessments undertaken in Australia by overseas-qualified candidates wishing to
register in Australia.
Full details can be found in the CCEA
is the entity responsible for accrediting chiropractic programs in the
find out information regarding accreditation or a program's accreditation
status, please click on the link above.
The upcoming Competency Evaluation is scheduled for
19th to 21st February 2014 in Sydney.
To find out detailed information regarding skills assessment,
please click on the link above.
to find out the
assessment schedule and locations.