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Associate and Student Members,
Please see below excerpts from our AHSCA WA Rules of Association around membership qualification and Continued Professional Development.
Shall be a person who has completed Level 4 or higher of the National Training Package BCP03 – Management Stream or equivalent recognised qualification and who is employed in a recognised Hydraulic Services Practice.
Associate Members should participate in the Associations CPD Policy to gain insight and ongoing developments of applicable skills and knowledge.
Shall be a student undertaking the Certificate 4 level of the National Training Package BCP03 – Management Stream or equivalent recognised qualification.
A student who has undertaken other streams in the National Training Package can obtain a student membership if they are employed in a recognised Hydraulic Services Practice and who are undertaking the required curriculum to gain the Management Stream qualification.
Full AHSCA members are required to obtain and maintain CPD points to validate their membership. This is done by attending information evenings, technical seminars, enrolment in degrees and other relevant educational courses and then recording their activity and submitting the form at the end of each financial year.
We encourage our Associate and Student members to attend and record all CPD activities and participate in our CPD policy by submitting activity forms to the AHSCA at the end of each financial year.
CPD forms are available to download from http://www.ahscawa.com.au/cpd-register-forms and we encourage you to access these and begin recording your CPD activities.
Ben Keane - AHSCA (WA) CPD CO-ORDINATOR