Your Resumption of Accredited Practice (RoAP) plan details your learning goals and how you plan to achieve your CPD hours. Your plan will need to be approved by us. Here is a sample RoAP plan to use as a guide for developing your own.

Your RoAP plan

If you have been approved to complete the RoAP pathway, you'll need to develop a RoAP plan.

Your RoAP plan is your roadmap to becoming a Full Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD). It is how you plan to achieve your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours. It lists the learning goals you must achieve before you can move from a Provisional to Full APD.

We will need to approve the plan before you enter the program. You have up to 3 months to develop your plan and submit it for approval.

We'll charge you a fee to assess and approve your RoAP plan.

Once it's been approved, you will be a Provisional APD and welcomed into the APD Program. You can start using your APD credential immediately. You can also start your mentoring, CPD and dietetic practice requirements.

Sample RoAP plan

Here is an example of a completed RoAP plan to help you develop your own plan.

Your RoAP plan will include your:

  • learning goals
  • your planned CPD activities to achieve the learning goals

Download our sample RoAP plan.

Get in touch

If you have questions about becoming an APD via our RoAP pathway, contact us at or call 02 6189 1200.

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.
To be credentialed, you need to join our Accredited Practising Dietitian Program. How you join depends on when you graduated and if you've worked as a dietitian.