Decades of experience

With more than 20 years’ experience, we are the leader in education and training for the access industry and have provided training and consulting for hundreds of organisations in numerous industries around Australia.

Respected by industry and government

A recipient of multiple awards and highly regarded across a wide range of professional sectors, Access Institute partners with government to actively improve the access industry through legislation and support of Universal Design principles.

Highly credentialed

The Access Institute team are nationally qualified access consultants with accredited membership of the Association of Consultants in Access Australia (ACAA), members of the Australian Institute of Training and Development (AITD), the Australian Institute of Building Surveyors (AIBS) and the Victorian Institute of Teaching, (VIT). All Access Institute training team members are also nationally qualified trainers and assessors as required by the Australian Quality Skills Authority (ASQA).

Access Institute provides nationally recognised qualifications and training delivering the knowledge, skills and confidence that promote leadership and professional respect.

Join the expanding access industry today

Create a secure professional future for yourself by becoming part of an emerging, developing and evolving industry.

Both government and industry are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of designing public and private environments that are accessible for everyone.

All Australians are likely to experience an access issue at some point in their lives. In addition, almost 20 per cent of our population has a permanent disability that can affect access to public spaces and buildings, as well as impact on a person’s ability to find their way – this can include understanding signage, to travelling on public transport.

The Access Institute can open the door to an exciting and rewarding new career, or add skills that will boost your current career.

‘The course has been interesting, challenging, rewarding and very professionally and expertly delivered. I look forward to utilising the skills I have developed to enhance my current role and to enhance access, inclusion and equity for all now and into the future.’ — Leanne Wishart, Wellington Shire Council