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AMTRA, home of Registered Animal Medicines Advisors

AMTRA (Animal Medicines Training Regulatory Authority) is a not-for-profit organisation, working since 1986 to support the long term future of the Registered Animal Medicines Advisor (RAMA/SQP) sector, managing the RAMA registration for about 7000 AMTRA RAMAs.

AMTRA is appointed by the Secretary of State to keep its Register...

RAMAs (Registered Animal Medicines Advisors, or SQPs) prescribe and/or supply certain veterinary medicines, acting professionally, following the rules of the Regulations and a Code of Practice. They have an important and responsible role, contributing to animal health and, in the case of farm livestock, farm profitability.

Becoming an AMTRA RAMA starts with enroling as a candidate with AMTRA. There is a significant commitment in terms of learning.

In order to plan for forthcoming retirements, and to expand the assessor pool, AMTRA is currently sourcing for the following anticipated vacancies. Expressions of interest and a CV are invited from those interested in being appointed.

  • Independent Chair
  • Independent Vice-Chair
  • Assessors

Where asked to do so by the CPD (Continuing Professional Development) organiser, AMTRA will publish on its website information on accredited CPD available to RAMAs (but a lot of CPD is publicised by other means).

If you know your AMTRA number (or have been set up by AMTRA with an employer user-ID) then click here to Login, and you can check your CPD points, check your exam status, or see your contact details and update them if needed. Or if you have forgotten your password, please click here to reset your password.

If you’re already familiar with the system of becoming an RAMA and are just looking for a particular form, you can find them all in one place on our forms page.

AMTRA Forms to Download