The Council has published a Notice in the NZ Gazette setting out the fees and levies payable for the regulation of Chinese medicine in New Zealand.
Fees and Levies Payable (in NZ dollars, GST included):
Initial registration fee 200.00
Registration fee for an additional scope of practice or a change to a scope of practice[ii] 115.00
Registration, application, and processing fee for applications under the Trans-Tasman
Mutual Recognition Act 1997 200.00
Registration, application, and processing fee for overseas-qualified applicants[iii] 1,500.00
Registration, application, and processing fee for visiting teacher/educator 550.00
Annual Practising Certificate (APC) Fees
Application for an APC (received between 1 July 2023 and 31 March 2024) incl. a
disciplinary levy of $72.50 422.50
Supply of Documents
Application for Certificate of Registration/re-issue of Certificate of Registration 50.00
Application for Letter of Good Standing 100.00
Application for a Certificate of Good Standing 50.00
Application for Copy of the Register 50.00
Application for copies of documents held on file 100.00
Any Other Matter
Non-practising/register maintenance fee 100.00
Application for Restoration to the Register 100.00
Accreditation and monitoring of educational institutions and degrees, courses
of studies, or programmes that are prescribed for scopes of practice[iv] Cost recovery
Click here to view a copy of the Gazette Notice.
Click here to view an amendment to the Gazette Notice, correcting a small typo in the Notice.
Click here to view the full fee schedule.
Prior to publishing the above Notice, the Council consulted with practitioners and stakeholders and sought feedback on the proposed fees and levies. For a summary of the outcome of this consultation, click here.
A copy of the Council's 2023/24 budget can be viewed here.
The Council has implemented a policy on eligibility to pay the annual practising certificate fee by instalment. This policy can be viewed here. This policy comes into effect for the practising year commencing 1 April 2024.