Our Resumption of Accredited Practice (RoAP) Policy outlines how we manage the RoAP program.

The aim of the program is to protect the quality and value of the Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) credential. It ensures APDs stay up-to-date with current knowledge and skills.

Dietitians in the program will need to have a RoAP plan. They will hold provisional APD status while completing the program.

Our policy includes:

  • who might participate in the program
  • the alternate pathways process to hold the APD credential
  • what is involved in completing the program
  • the process of moving from a provisional to full APD

Download our RoAP Policy.

Accredited Practising Dietitians (APDs) are Australia's most trusted dietetics professionals. Find out the benefits of becoming an APD and how to join the APD Program.
If you're a qualified dietitian who hasn't practised in more than 3 years, our Resumption of Accredited Practice pathway might be your way to become an APD.