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Video/teleconference delivery.

The course includes twenty units of competency required for minimum qualification as an Access Consultant.

This course is ideal for people who have responsibility for reviewing, planning, designing, managing or maintaining buildings, as well as those who are required to provide advice to others regarding access issues in the built environment.

The key elements of access to buildings, including relevant legislation and Access to Premises Standards are incorporated. The nationally recognised course provides participants with a practical framework and tools for undertaking an access audit of a building.

This course has been specifically adapted for Building Surveyors and candidates must be able to demonstrate Recognised Prior Learning or Credit Transfer for some specific units of competency.

5 days face to face training sessions (delivered via video/teleconference) plus 12 months to complete all assignment material. Course fees are exempt from GST.

Note: There must be a minimum number of enrollments received by Access Institute, 2 weeks prior to course commencement, in order for this course to proceed. This number varies according to the course type and location.

Confirmation that a course will or will not proceed as scheduled, will be provided to each enrolled student, via email, no later than 2 weeks prior to course commencement date.


Locations and Dates:

  • Video/teleconference, 8, 9, 10, 13 14 July 2020 – course is proceeding as scheduled
  • Video/teleconference, 26, 27, 28, 31 Aug, 1 Sept 2020

Purchase Course

10 available
August C5$4,000.00August 2020

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2 available
July C5$4,000.008 July - 14 July 2020

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Documents

Alternatively download the registration form and return via email.

Download Information Handbook

Download Enrolment Form

‘This is some of the best training I have ever done in accessibility. It not only makes you very aware but also gives you all the tools and qualification to conduct a full access audit. It has allowed myself and others in our team to provide qualified audits and advice on accessibility issues on campus.’ — Julie Harrison, Manager Access and Inclusion Division of Student Life, The Australian National University