The AAMT Constitution (Trading as Massage & Myotherapy Australia) was adopted in March 2003, and reviewed in November 2014 and last reviewed November 2016 under the Corporations Act 2001. AAMT is a Company Limited by Guarantee.
The constitution defines the objects of the Association, criteria for membership and governance of the Association. These include but not limited to;
- organise and promote the profession of massage therapy and myotherapy;
- encourage a high standard of knowledge and proficiency among Members;
- encourage and disseminate research in the areas of massage therapy and myotherapy;
- provide rules of conduct and fitness for practice that regulate Members and guide the profession;
- seek the regulation of advertising of Massage Therapists and Myotherapists and monitor providers of massage and myotherapy education;
- seek to develop and implement a uniform registration and disciplinary standard for the profession;
- monitor and participate in mechanisms to ensure the quality of and delivery of massage and myotherapy training in Australia.
To view the full list of objects and full Constitution, please click the below link.