Australian Association Of Consulting Archaeologists Inc
Referees should be of known professional standing in the field of archaeology but need not be members of the association, apart from the following requirement.
Applicants for full membership must have at least one existing full member as a referee, or, in exceptional circumstances, another person agreed to by the membership committee):
(please read and tick each clause of the AACAI Code of Ethics and the Consulting with Aboriginal Communities AACAI Policy Document to indicate that you have read, understood and agree)
2. Duty to the Public
3. Duty to Certain Groups
4. Duty to Informants
5. Duty to the Profession
6. Duty to Employer or Client
7. Matters of Fact
8. Matters of Opinion
10. Training of Potential Archaeologists
11. Credit to Colleagues
12. Acceptance of Favours
13. Confidential Information
14. Consulting Practice
15. Legal Requirements
16. Preference of Employment
17. Duty to Employees
When all of your documentation and the processing fee are received, copies of your application will be sent to each member of the Membership Committee for assessment.
The National Executive Committee will vote on the recommendation of the Membership Committee and you will be informed of the result.
Please note that the review process can take several months to complete.
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