New and updated Qualification
Delivered Live Online via Zoom.
This course is ideal for Architects who have responsibility for planning and designing, buildings and facilities, as well as those who are required to provide advice to others regarding access and Universal Design in the built environment.
Dates and Times:
Delivered Live Online via Zoom: 14, 15, 16 February and 4, 5, 14, 15 March 2024. 10.00am – 5.00pm, Melbourne Time.
The aim of the course is to provide students with the base level premium nationally recognised qualification as an Access Consultant. The course provides students with the skills required to become an effective Access Consultant in an ever growing, lucrative and interesting field of work.
The course is delivered live online via Zoom by access industry experts with specialist training skills. There is plenty of time for discussion and questions, with more than 30 years of practical expertise shared by trainers. 20 nationally recognised units of competency are included, and a 12 month time frame is provided for completion of course work, although many students complete prior to this, depending on their individual work and personal circumstances.
The course incorporates the latest changes to relevant legislation and the newest thinking regarding adoption of the principles of Universal Design in the built and service environment. It also provides the basis for a comprehensive understanding of the reasons behind the legislation and standards and the principles of Universal Design, – the ‘Why’s’ of Access – relating to the function and use of buildings, facilities, and services.
This course has been specifically adapted for Architects and candidates must be able to demonstrate Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) for at least one specific Unit of Competency i.e., Read and Interpret Plans and Specifications. Candidates can also apply for additional RPL or Credit transfer based on their individual skills, existing qualifications, and experience.