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AMPA offers a range of membership tiers which include Full, General, Corporate and Student. To learn more about which membership tier you qualify for, please see our membership page.

Yes, if you happen to qualify for full membership however would rather have a general membership status then you can elect to be a general member. You will be receiving the same benefits with the only difference being that you will not have voting rights at the Annual General Meeting, and will not be eligible for election to Council and as Office Bearers.

To apply for membership, please fill out a membership form [LINK to membership form] and attach all necessary supporting documentation for your chosen membership tier and email it to .

No, it is not appropriate to treat beyond your scope of practice even if you have a broad range of knowledge outside of your scope of practice.