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CPP50711 Diploma of Access Consulting

This highly anticipated course provides students with the skills required to provide advice on access to the built environment, as well as services and programs for people with a range of access challenges, including people with disabilities, older adults, emerging Baby Boomers, parents with  prams and families. 

The course provides students with an understanding of the legislative framework relating to access, including relevant Federal and State  legislation, Standards and importantly ‘best practice’ universal access guidelines across Australia. 

Importantly the course also provides the basis for a comprehensive understanding of the reasons behind the legislation and standards– the Whys of Access’ - relating to the function and use of buildings, facilities and services. This is critical when planning, designing, developing, certifying and managing the built environment to support access for everyone.

The course is particularly relevant to government officers, building industry personnel, designers, architects, occupational therapists, certifiers, owners and managers of buildings and facilities and of course emerging and experienced access consultants.

It incorporates key units of competency from CPP40811 Certificate IV in Access Consulting as well as additional units  that support a more in depth theoretical and practical knowledge of access interpretation and application, particularly relating to the built environment. 

See the Course Information Handbook and the Course Enrolment Form for more details. 

Note: you can book via more traditional methods by downloading the Registration Form (word | pdf) and sending back via fax or email.

Training is available at following locations and dates

Portside Centre, 207 Kent Street, Sydney24 Aug 2017$7,00011 DaysBook Now
369 Royal Pde, Parkville 305215 Nov 2017$7,00011 DaysBook Now