Holders of university degrees and professional qualifications in disciplines not related to Carbon Analysis and Auditing could undertake a Graduate Conversion Program of 4 subjects to satisfy the requirements of Registered membership (RCAA status). This program is delivered at the Graduate Certificate Level.

 

1.    Climate Change: Issues and Controversies

2.    CDM/JI: Navigating Kyoto Project Mechanisms

3.    Carbon Trading Markets

4.    Carbon Accounting

 

To get CCAA status, those with degrees in fields other than Carbon Analysis and Auditing need to do a  combination of courses that will lead to a Graduate Certificate (4 courses)/ Graduate Diploma (8 courses)/and ultimately a Masters Degree (12 courses) level certifications issued by Australian and overseas universities.

 

The courses are as follows:

 

1.    Climate Change: Issues and Controversies

2.    CDM/JI: Navigating Kyoto Project Mechanisms

3.    Carbon Trading Markets

4.    Carbon Accounting

5.    Carbon Financial Accounting

6.    Carbon Cost Accounting

7.    Carbon Management Accounting

8.    Carbon Auditing

9.    Carbon Project Management

10.Carbon Information Management Systems

11.Carbon Corporate Climate Change Risk Disclosure

12.Carbon Accounting for Forest Inventories

13.Carbon Accounting for Forest Projects

14.Carbon Accounting for Landfill Methane Projects

15.Carbon Accounting for Coalmine Methane Projects

16.Carbon Accounting for Energy Efficiency Projects

17.Verification for Carbon Inventories and Projects

 

Flash! With the constant changes being proposed with regards climate change and carbon emissions management regulation in Australia; the education and training program to certify carbon analysts and auditors has been temporarily suspended. There will be no new intakes to these programs until further notice.