International AEP Applicant
Gaining exercise physiology accreditation involves a desktop review of the following components:
- Overseas study completed
Have at least four years full-time equivalent (FTE) study with a focus on clinical exercise physiology.
- Professional Practice
A minimum of 360 hours in exercise physiology across AEP areas of practice.
Desktop Review Cost: $200
To view the full Application form please click here:
The application process is designed to be as simple as possible, but please be aware it may take you some time in collating all evidence for your application.
Applications are processed in order of submission, cannot be expedited and require up to 30 working days to be finalised.
Please ensure you allow enough time to complete the application in full, as incomplete applications will not be assessed and will delay the process.
All information must be provided in English. Official documents such as academic transcripts must be translated with an official NAATI accredited translator.
Please don't send original official documents as these will not be returned to you.
You are required to substantiate that you have worked and studied in a relevant exercise physiology environment, one which has provided training and industry experience relevant to the ESSA Accredited Exercise Physiology Professional Standards and eligibility requirements. It is imperative that your evidence demonstrates your actual activity, and application of knowledge.
Suitable sites of practicum/supervised work experience will vary according to the domain and activity, some examples are listed below.
1. A minimum total of 360 hours must be completed in clinical exercise assessment and prescription and delivery including:
a) At least 200 hours across the AEP core areas of practice
b) The remaining 160 hours may be in an area across the AEP scope of practice ensuring:
- No more than 100 hours from the emerging and/or niche areas of practice
2. Hours do not need to be evenly split across different areas of practice