To become a physical therapist you usually have to complete a degree in physical therapy at the university. To enter these courses, you generally need to obtain your Higher Secondary Education Certificate. Prior subjects, or assumed knowledge, are usually required in one or more of English, mathematics, biology, chemistry, earth and environmental sciences, and physics. You may also be asked to attend an interview.
Colleges have different prerequisites and some have flexible entry requirements. Please contact the institutions you are interested in for more information. Professional Standards: To become a physical therapist, there are 9 standards you must meet, as set by the Australian Council of Physical Therapy. There are annual continuing education requirements that you are required to meet.