Accredited Courses

The NHAA has been setting standards in training and education for the industry since 1920. Our Course Accreditation System (CAS) aims to assist training providers by providing a standard for curriculum design.

Training institutions apply for accreditation for specific courses, which involves detailed examination of the course material. Once accredited, students that complete these courses are eligible for Clause 1 full membership with the NHAA.

Looking for a course to study now?

If you complete an accredited course, you will be eligible to apply for Clause 1 Full membership with us. Even if the course is no longer accredited when you finish, as long as you enrol during its accreditation period, you will be eligible. 

Go to Currently Accredited Courses for a list of courses and links to the institutions that offer them.  

Checking if your course is (or was) accredited?

If you have completed an accredited course, you are eligible for Clause 1 Full membership with us. Even if a course was previously accredited or your course has never been accredited with us, you may still be eligible for full membership, although some extra requirements (such as continuing professional education or more detail on the content of the subjects studied) may apply or be needed.

NB: You must have ENROLLED in the course during the time it was accredited. 

Courses are listed under the institution name. Check that the course title matches yours and that you enrolled within the accreditation dates listed under each course.

If you enrolled within the last few years, start in Currently Accredited Courses

If you enrolled 3 or more years ago, start in Previously Accredited Courses