PACFA memberships expire on 30 June each year, and all members are required to renew their registration annually between May and July. If you complete your renewal between 1 August to 30 September you are required to pay full fees and a late fee of $60 will apply.
- Clinical and Certified Practising members must demonstrate each year that they have met the Five Renewal Requirements for PACFA Membership 2023/2024 .
- Members who have faced challenges related to the Covid pandemic or natural disasters are encouraged to review our Hardship Policy.
- Members who were not working part of the Membership Year 2022/2023 and therefore don't have enough CPD and Supervision can apply for Retroactive leave using the Leave of Absence form. Make sure that you have entered the correct period you were not working.
Please note: Insurance House online has rebranded to insurance.com.au. If you have a current PACFA policy with Insurance House, you will be renewing your policy online this year through the PACFA page on the insurance.com.au website here.. Further instructions and guidance will be sent out directly by insurance.com.au.
How to renew
We’ve prepared a video guide on How To Complete The Renewal Form 2023.
Read our renewals FAQs if you have any questions.