1. The AFMM Training Programme is convened by the AFMM under the supervision AFMM Censor in Chief.
2. NZAMM is the body recognised by the Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ) as the Vocational Education Advisory Body to manage the vocational branch of medicine “Musculoskeletal Medicine”. This is gazetted with the NZ Government.
3. The CAMM (Certificate of Attainment in Musculoskeletal Medicine) is the qualification recognised by MCNZ to practice in the scope of practice of Musculoskeletal Medicine in New Zealand.
4. Upon successful completion of the AFMM Training Programme, a Fellowship of AFMM is awarded
5. The AFMM will then recommend to the NZAMM the awarding of the CAMM.
6. The CAMM is awarded by NZAMM on gaining a Fellowship of AFMM, and having a current Annual Practicing Certificate issued by MCNZ.
7. NZAMM and AFMM have a Memorandum of Understanding to confirm that AFMM will coordinate the Training Programme on behalf of the NZAMM.
8. ‘The Training Committee’, which consists of members of both the NZAMM and AFMM Executive will meet monthly to co-ordinate and monitor the AFMM Training Programme.