As qualified allied health professionals, RMTs play a critical role in Australia’s healthcare system and society.
However, with only Western Sydney University and The University of Melbourne offering accredited degree-level Music Therapy courses, there are not enough RMTs qualifying today to meet the future healthcare needs of Australia’s growing and aging population.
Further, that potential gap is significantly more pronounced in the States and Territories without an accredited degree-level Music Therapy course.
To ensure Australians in all States and Territories have access to life-changing RMTs, AMTA is raising awareness of the critical work performed by RMTs, and encouraging more tertiary education providers around Australia to offer accredited degree-level Music Therapy courses.
Help us to spread the message that Australia needs more RMTs.
How to get involved
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