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The Australian Computer Society (ACS) is one of the largest computer societies in the world on a per capita basis. It is the recognised association for Information and Communications Technology (ICT) professionals.
ACS was founded in 1966 and its goal is to be the public voice of the ICT profession and the guardian of professional ethics and standards in the ICT industry, with a commitment to the wider community to ensure the beneficial use of ICT.
• To advance professional excellence in information and communications technology.
• To further the study, science and application of information and communications technology.
• To promote, develop and monitor competence in the practice of information and communications technology by persons and organizations.
• To define and promote the maintenance of standards of knowledge of information and communications technology for members.
• To promote the formulation of effective policies on information and communications technology and related matters.
• To extend the knowledge and understanding of information and communications technology in the community.
• To maintain and promote the observance of a code of ethics for members of the Society.
Key ACS Activities
• Membership Services
• Course Accreditation
• Skills Assessment
• Public voice of ICT profession
• Guardian of professional ethics and standards
How to become a member
Membership Enquiries (Non Subscription): email@example.com
Membership Subscription Enquiries firstname.lastname@example.org
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