Legacy Accreditation Management System

Information for pre-2019 program accreditation under the legacy Accreditation Management System

The documentation on this page references the legacy Accreditation Management System which was in use for reviews prior to 1 January 2019. The legacy system should only be used for ongoing reviews or where agreed with the Australian Engineering Accreditation Centre (AEAC).  Please use the 2019 Accreditation Management System for all new General and Special  Accreditation Review processes. Click on the links below to access the relevant legacy documents.

Professional Engineer - AMS Legacy Documentation
Engineering Technologist - AMS Legacy Documentation
Engineering Associate - Curriculum based - AMS Legacy Documentation
Engineering Associate - Competency based - AMS Legacy Documentation

Accreditation for programs at the level of Professional Engineer

This documented accreditation system defines the criteria and processes for the evaluation of tertiary engineering programs leading to awards at the level of Professional Engineer.

Context documents - Professional Engineer

Accreditation guidelines and processes - Professional Engineer

Policy - Professional Engineer

Accreditation for programs at the level of Engineering Technologist

This documented accreditation system defines the criteria and processes for the evaluation of tertiary engineering programs leading to awards at the level of Engineering Technologist.

Context documents - Engineering Technologist

Accreditation guidelines and processes - Engineering Technologist

Policy - Engineering Technologist

Accreditation for programs at the level of Engineering Associate - Curriculum based

This documented accreditation system defines the criteria and processes for the evaluation of curriculum based tertiary engineering programs leading to awards at the level of Engineering Associate.

Context documents - Engineering Associate curriculum based

Accreditation guidelines and processes - Engineering Associate curriculum based

Policy - Engineering Associate curriculum based

Accreditation for programs at the level of Engineering Associate - Competency based

Context documents - Engineering Associate competency based

Accreditation guidelines and processes - Engineering Associate competency based

Policy - Engineering Associate competency based

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