RECOMMENDATIONS: The IMTTA strongly recommends if you anticipate utilizing your qualifications as a business practitioner the following is acquired:
For International Practitioners, please refer to the rules and regulations and acquire the relevant legal documentation for your country.
The following links relate to Australian Practitioners only.
1. Police Check: https://www.afp.gov.au/what-we-do/services/criminal-records/national-police-checks
2. First Aid Certificate: https://stjohn.org.au/first-aid-training
3. Working with Children / Seniors / Disability relevant to your state or country: Please internet search working with Children / Seniors / Disability in your state and complete the necessary application form.
4. Where to get Insurance: We strongly recommend you have insurance cover for your business. In fact, as an IMTTA Practitioner you need to have insurance cover within three months of registering.
The IMTTA does not provide insurance nor are we affiliated with any insurance provider.
We have done a lot of research and below are links to what, we believe, are your best two options for obtaining insurance.
Ensure all legal requirements are completed and remain current for the duration of operating as a business practitioner.