Accredited Courses by the AHHCA
Education Providers must hold full membership to apply for their course/s to be accredited.
Application for all Diploma or Certificate courses must be formally approved by the AHHCA education committee.
Course accreditation fees must be renewed every 3 years.
Once course/courses have been accredited, Education Provider automatically becomes an approved trainer.
To get your course/s accredited with the AHHCA certain criteria’s must be met:
- You need to be a full member of the AHHCA
- Your Ethics and Philosophy must be in line with the association’s
- You must hold professional indemnity insurance with a certificate of currency for your teaching courses
- You must have a current First Aid Certificate Level II with CPR (if conducting face to face classes)
- You must hold a minimum government accredited teaching qualification e.g. a Cert IV in Workplace Assessment and Training or higher to be able to facilitate courses (all facilitators of the course must adhere to this standard)
You are required to have written policies in place for:
- Workplace Health and Safety
- A minimum of 500 hours consisting of 250 hours tutorial and 250 hours of clinical practise and assessment for Diploma courses.
- A minimum of 100 hours consisting of 50 tutorial hours and 50 hours of clinical practice and assessment for certificate courses.
- All courses must be an approved AHHCA modality (there is a process to get new modalities approved)
- You will need to have your course accreditation renewed every 3 years