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Exercise physiology accreditation (AEP) is available to domestic graduates of an ESSA accredited exercise physiology qualification OR international graduates who can satisfy the ESSA Exercise Science and Exercise Physiology standards via the four stage International Accreditation pathway. All AEPs must also meet ESSA’s accreditation eligibility requirements.
A full list of ESSA accredited courses can be found by clicking here.
If you would like an overview of how you become an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, click here.
There are four types of application forms depending on the study completed:
AEP application form for individuals who have completed a 4 year ESSA accredited qualification in clinical exercise physiology (PDF)
AEP application form for individuals who have completed an ESSA accredited undergraduate (UG) qualification + an ESSA accredited post graduate (PG) qualification (PDF)
AEP application form for individuals who have completed a non ESSA accredited undergraduate (UG) qualification + an ESSA accredited post graduate (PG) qualification (PDF)
International pathway – for international graduates that have completed a minimum of 4 years university study
Please refer to the forms for individual costs.
All supporting forms, templates and examples can be found here.