One of the objectives of the Association of Consultants in Access Australia (ACAA) is to advise members on the development of educational courses suitable for membership in the Associate and Accredited membership categories.

ACAA supports the development of appropriate training in Access Consultancy and will advise members on the development of nationally recognised courses suitable for members.

From 1st September 2013, in order to become an Associate Member of ACAA it is necessary for applicants to have successfully completed the nationally recognised qualification, Certificate IV in Access Consulting (or Diploma of Access Consulting).

Once an applicant has been accepted as an Associate Member of ACAA, they will then be eligible to apply for ACAA Accredited Membership subject to the rules of Accredited Membership
The Certificate IV in Access Consulting is the minimum level qualification available for Access Consultants. It is a requirement of the national training package that 20 units of competency are completed. These consist of both core units and elective units.

All of the Competency Standards for Access Consulting Courses can be found on the Australian Government, Department of Education, Skills and Employment,

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