All ACS members must satisfy the criteria set out in the ACS Membership Guidelines.
This is an entry level and open grade membership. It applies to individuals who do not have an ACS certification: students and graduates from an institute not accredited by ACS or non-technical employees in an ICT framework (e.g., sales and marketing).
An ACS Member (MACS) applies to individuals qualified as a Certified Technologist (CT) or Certified Professional (CP) and can illustrate they have acquired the Core Body of Knowledge through demonstrated equivalence and follow ACS's Code of Ethics.
An ACS Senior Member (MACS Snr) has at least 10 years of professional industry experience with a minimum of five years in Senior ICT Management and is a qualified Certified Professional (CP).
If you are an existing member (MACS) and meet the eligibility criteria for becoming a Senior Member, you can apply using the linked application form. Please download the form and send it with supporting documents to [email protected].
If you are an existing member(MACS) and applying for ACS Certification, your eligibility to become a Senior Member will be assessed during certification assessment.
An ACS Fellow (FACS) has made a prominent contribution to ICT in Australia and is a member of the professional division of ACS. To nominate a fellow, download the ACS Fellow Nomination Form and ACS Fellow Nomination Guidelines.