How to start the accreditation process
Before you begin
Attend an information session. These valuable sessions help organisations to understand the program and the processes required for ASES accreditation.
The accreditation process
Register with us
Organisations formally register their intent to undertake ASES. This triggers access to the tools, resources and workbooks.
Engaged organisations undertake a self-assessment process by completing workbooks. This can be done online through either:
An experienced and approved assessor will assess your organisation.
If you want to book an external assessor, there are two steps:
Eligible organisations may receive financial assistance to help pay for their assessments. For more information on this:
Quality Action Plan developed
The recommendations in the report are transferred to the Quality Action Plan.
A draft Quality Action Plan is sent to ASES team within six weeks of the assessment.
Organisations have six months to complete actions in quality action plan.
Outcome of assessment is communicated to you and ASES resources are sent out.
Maintaining continuous accreditation is the aim. This is also a requirement in service agreements.