- Addressing the cost of living
- Australian Service Excellence Standards
- Concessions and Support Services
- Exceptional Needs Unit
- Grants for organisations
- Interpreting and Translating Centre
- LGBTIQ Inclusion
- Local Partnerships
- Metropolitan Aboriginal Youth and Family Services
- Problem gambling help
- Results-Based Accountability
- STARservice Development Program
- Community Connections Program
ASES Steps to Accreditation
In South Australia, ASES accreditation consists of seven steps. Interstate organisations should contact us for any specific jurisdictional requirements.
These valuable sessions help organisations understand the program and processes required for ASES accreditation.
Organisations that are formally registered can access resources and commence the process of accreditation. Complete the form at the link and we will contact you with login details and a link to the workbooks.
Complete the ASES workbooks.
Registered organisations undertake a self-assessment process by completing online workbooks. Copies of the workbooks can be obtained upon registering with ASES.
Organisations must complete and return this form (PDF 597.8 KB) to book an External Assessment. We will provide you with a package including details of costs, support materials and a list of assessors to contact.
Undergo an external assessment.
An experienced assessor will formally assess your organisation and write a report.
Develop a quality action plan.
The plan is based on the recommendations made in the external assessment report. A draft quality action plan is sent to the ASES team. All identified recommendations on the plan need to be completed within 6 months.
We notify you of your accreditation, issue a certificate of accreditation and guidance on the use of the ASES graphic device on promotional material.
Accreditation is valid for three years. This date is taken from the last date of the assessment plus three years (last date of assessment +3 years).Page last updated : 09 Dec 2020