RANZCR membership subscription fees for the coming financial year are now due for payment.
Members can renew their membership online via the MyRANZCR member portal. If you have forgotten or wish to reset your password you can do so with the reset/forgotten password link from the logon page.
Due to social distancing restrictions all our staff are currently working from home and our office phones are not being monitored. To help us resolve your enquiries as quickly and effectively as possible we recommend you submit any enquiries via email.
If you would like to speak to someone please include your preferred phone number and RANZCR Member ID in your email and our Membership and Finance team will call you as soon as possible.
We recognise that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant economic impact across Australia and New Zealand, and consequently some members are experiencing circumstances that may affect their ability to pay their RANZCR membership fees. We are therefore offering more flexibility on payment options for those of you who are facing financial hardship as a result of the pandemic.
Payment is due by 31 July 2020. Members who are experiencing financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic can apply for an extension of payment terms until 30 September 2020. See our COVID-19 Financial Hardship Policy for further information.
An early bird discount of $50 (plus GST) is available for those who renew their subscription by 15 July 2020. To redeem the discount enter the code RANZCR2020 when you make a payment through the MyRANZCR member portal, and the discount will be applied for eligible membership categories. Please note, as trainees already receive a significantly reduced rate on their subscription fees, this discount is only available for Fellows and Educational Affiliates. See MyRANZCR Support page for detailed instructions.
If you are taking a break in training (including parental leave) you may be eligible to a reduced rate on your membership and training fees. You must submit a request for break in training through the Trainee Information Management System (TIMS) for approval, in order to be eligible to apply for a reduced fee.
If you are practising 20 hours or less per week you may be entitled to a reduced rate of your membership subscription, provided you inform the College in writing of your part-time status, attaching evidence such as an employer letter or contract.
If you are training part-time at 0.65 FTE or less, you may be entitled to a reduced rate of your membership subscription. You must report all changes of your training status (full-time/part-time) through the Trainee Information Management System (TIMS) in order to be eligible for a reduced rate of fees.
Your membership offers a wide variety of benefits, both for you as an individual and for the profession as a whole: