How do I become an access consultant?

How do I become an access consultant?

The Certificate IV in Access Consulting is the minimum level qualification available for Access Consultants. It is a requirement of the national training package that 20 units of competency are completed. These consist of both core units and elective units.

Is a Cert IV good?

A Certificate IV or Diploma is a higher level of vocational education and training, and can be a good way to hone your technical, problem solving and decision making skills. These are more in-depth qualifications than a Certificate III and are designed to prepare you for specialist roles or supervisory positions.

What does CERT IV stand for?

Certificate IV – a level 4 qualification: the main purpose of this level of qualification is to qualify people in skilled work to apply a “broad range of specialised knowledge and skills in carried contexts”, so the wording from the AQF implies this level of qualification may be slightly more specialised than a …

What is a Access consultant?

A Disability Access Consultant is a specialist consultant who is trained to identify potential accessibility issues and advise you of your legal obligations. They’ll assess your current situation, give you practical advice and show you the steps you need to take to overcome disability access issues in your workplace.

What is the role of an access consultant?

They provide a professional service to business, public and other undertakings by: Comprehensively identifying and reporting on access issues as developed in the client brief. These may be audits or appraisals, and may include general advice on solutions.

Is a Certificate 4 hard?

The very nature of the VET system that the Cert IV TAE is largely about is also somewhat concrete in nature, and so the free-thinking of higher education is replaced by a more constrained process of thinking within the Cert IV TAE. It is not necessarily harder, but for those who do not expect it, it can be different.

What is Certificate III and IV?

Understanding how these different levels correlate to positions within an organisation can help you choose the right level of training. For example, a Certificate II is for a trainee, while a Certificate III is for a competent self-managed employee and a Certificate IV can be for a supervisor.

What do access consultants do?

What does an accessibility advisor do?

The primary role of the Accessibility Consultant is to work with students, faculty, and staff to ensure that the university is accessible to individuals with disabilities. When barriers still exist students should request reasonable accommodations through their Accessibility Consultant.

What is access consultancy?

This article is to assist facility owners, managers and/or operators, who are seeking to engage a consultant to prepare a report on accessibility for a particular premises, in appreciating the range in depths of analysis possible.

What does a disability consultant do?

A disability consultant is someone who is hired to provide input about accessibility and other issues that may affect disabled people. Depending on what disability-related insights you need, there is someone with the experience and knowledge to help.