AACMA - Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association

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55 Clarence st
Coorparoo QLD 4151

Servicing area: COORPAROO, Queensland

Join Australias leading association for acupuncturists and Chinese medicine practitioners

AACMA - Membership Benefits

Student Membership

Launch your career as a qualified traditional Chinese medicine professional by joining AACMA before you graduate. If youre a student currently enrolled in an AACMA-recognised acupuncture or Chinese medicine course, youre eligible to join AACMA as a student member. Student membership is free.

Our student members can access a range of benefits and opportunities to learn more about the profession.
  • Receive regular communication about industry developments that will impact on you as a practitioner
  • Free or discounted entry to important industry events.
  • Access to Australias only mentoring program for Chinese medicine practitioners

Qualified Members

Our fully qualified practitioner members access a broad range of services and support.
  • Expert assistance when you commence as a qualified practitioner
  • Ongoing professional support
  • Discounts on professional and promotional expenses

Graduate Program Scheme

AACMA is offering graduate members a progressive pricing plan to assist with membership payments:

1st year graduate - $120.00
Full membership - $515.00

Please note: the application fee of $165.00 is payable when you initially join AACMA. (This application fee can be waived if you are a current AACMA student member).

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AACMA - Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association