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About ACS

ACS is the professional association for Australia's technology sector. We represent Technology professionals across industry, government, and education. Our key aim is to grow the nation’s digital skills and capacity.

 

 

In the next 5 years, there will be a strong demand for an extra 300,000 skilled professionals to enable the Australian economy to keep growing. ACS is here to support this strong demand by helping Technology professionals:

  • Learn new skills online - Gain new skills across cyber security, cloud tech, AI and more with thousands of online videos.
  • Grow their tech network - Meet the right people - network with leaders from the biggest local and global organisations.
  • Be inspired by industry leaders - Mentoring programs with leaders designed
    to accelerate your career growth.
  • Protect themselves - Stay protected with comprehensive liability insurance
    for your private consultancies.

As the voice of Australia’s Tech professionals, ACS also engages with policy makers and
media on issues affecting the technology sector along with providing a range of resources
for educators and industry to boost the nation’s digital capabilities and competitiveness.

Unlock your potential - Find out more about joining ACS here.

LEARN MORE

 

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About ACS

ACS is the professional association for Australia's technology sector. We represent Technology professionals across industry, government, and education. Our key aim is to grow the nation’s digital skills and capacity.

In the next 5 years, there will be a strong demand for an extra 300,000 skilled professionals to enable the Australian economy to keep growing. ACS is here to support this strong demand by helping Technology professionals:

 

  • Learn new skills online - Gain new skills across cyber security, cloud tech, AI and more with thousands of online videos.
  • Grow their tech network - Meet the right people - network with leaders from the biggest local and global organisations.
  • Be inspired by industry leaders - Mentoring programs with leaders designed to accelerate your career growth.
  • Protect themselves - Stay protected with comprehensive liability insurance for your private consultancies.

 

As the voice of Australia’s Tech professionals, ACS also engages with policy makers and media on issues affecting the technology sector along with providing a range of resources for educators and industry to boost the nation’s digital capabilities and competitiveness.

Unlock your potential - Find out more about joining ACS here.

LEARN MORE JOIN NOW

 


 

Contribute to ACS' New Constitution

ACS is inviting all members to contribute to the discussion on a new constitution as part of the planned governance reforms. Download the discussion paper, submit responses and find upcoming branch consultation workshops.

ACS Latest Updates and Response to COVID-19

ACS is committed to doing our part to ensure the current Australian COVID-19 trend flattens, and to continue to deliver value to ACS members, stakeholders across the wider tech sector and Australians generally during this unprecedented time.

35,000+

ACS MEMBERS

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1,500+

CERTIFIED PROFESSIONALS

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600+

ANNUAL EVENTS

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44,500+

TRAINING VIDEOS

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ACS Industry Insights - Leaders Series

New Events - Available Now

ACS Industry Insights - Leaders Series

This series explores innovation, challenges and opportunities in the ICT sector...


Gain New Skills With ACSPlus

ACS members are now able to access over $1,500 (inc GST) of new benefits that will assist members to acquire related and new skills spanning the data value chain – from analytics, marketing, governance and privacy.

Digital Pulse 2022

ACS Australia's Digital Pulse is the pre-eminent report on the state of the IT Industry in Australia. This year's report includes information on jobs and demand, on the state of IT education in Australia, on wages and worker intentions, on migration and the ongoing struggle to meet demand in the IT sector.