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Fee Schedule

ANMAC charges education providers to accredit programs of study. The cost of assessment is determined by a number of factors including:

  • length of program—over 12 months, between 6 and 12 months, under 6 months
  • type of accreditation—full submission or modification to an existing program
  • complexity of accreditation—for example: program offered from more than two sites; dual degrees; combined degrees; program variations.

Initial accreditation of programs 2015–16

Program description

Fee ($) excluding GST

Program length over 12 months

38,100

Program length between 6 and 12 months

23,700

Program length under 6 months

10,600

Dual degree

53,600

Site visits (charge per site if more than 2 sites being assessed)

5,150

Modification of an accredited program 2015–16

Modification description

Fee ($) excluding GST

Minor modification
Refinements to a program, delivery and/or content that does not significantly affect the objectives and outcomes; or change the nature or emphasis of the program

Free of charge*

Major modification
Substantive matters that will affect the policy or practices of an education provider and will impact upon the delivery of a program of study

10,600*

* Note additional charges may apply, determined by the complexity of the modification.

Additional charges for accreditation or modification 2015–16

ANMAC will adjust fees where the assessment process deviates from those described in the fee schedule above Examples of where adjustment of fees may be applied are where there is:

  • more than 2 sites where the clinical component of the program is offered
  • joint site visit is required due to multiple programs being submitted by the same education provider
  • multiple programs are submitted by the same education provider with related material
  • program of study does not have a clinical practice component and therefore a site visit is not required
  • a recently conducted site visit for assessment of a program is submitted by the same education provider.

Monitoring

If ANMAC is in receipt of a concern or a complaint in relation to an education provider or approved program, ANMAC and an assessment team may undertake a site visit to the education provider’s establishment as part of the monitoring process, this may attract an additional charge.

Refunds

An education provider may be eligible for a refund if the program is withdrawn after the assessment process has commenced. The refund amount will be determined by the point in the process when the program is withdrawn. Generally, an education provider is not eligible for a refund after the point of site visit.

Invoice

Education providers will be invoiced at the time the preliminary review of the submission is undertaken.

If you have any questions, please contact accounts or 02 6274 9167