Registration Process

The Registration Process

To become an ASCI Registered Practitioner of Professional, you will have to follow the steps below. Your first registration will be as ASCI Regarsted Prctaienarsioenr. this is a prerequisite for you to register as ASCI Registered Professional Supply Chain Manager. You are not obliged to register as professional and can maintain your registration as a practitioner under the registration maintenance requirements that apply to practitioners.

Registration as ASCI Practitioner

Practitioner Registration in one of these sectors is a requirement for Professional Registration.

To become an ASCI Registered Practitioner, the following steps apply:

Step 1: ASCI Membership

Become an ASCI Member and set up your profile in the ASCI Member Management System. Non-members can request an eligibility assessment, but it will incur a higher fee.

Step 2: Registration Eligibility Assessment

All ASCI Practitioner Registrations require you to meet a certain level of eligibility regarding work experience levels, professional and educational levels before you apply. You will need to provide ASCI with the details of this experience and/or education when you request a Practitioner Registration Eligibility Assessment. So, it’s best to gather and prepare this information before you commence the application.

As your application for registration will be assessed against the ASCI Practitioner Registration Eligibility Model, you need to request an ASCI Practitioner Registration Eligibility Assessment via the ASCI Website. ASCI will then contact you with details of how you need to submit the relevant evidence against the ASCI Practitioner Registration criteria.

Work Experience

Specific factors are considered to determine whether the work experience of potential practitioners is relevant to ASCI Practitioner Registration.

Professional Certifications

All applicants must be able to submit certified copies of their professional certifications. All such certifications must be current and evidence to prove currency are required to be submitted with each professional certificate. If these qualification documents are not in English, officially translated versions need to be submitted together with the certified copies of the original versions in the original language of issue.

Tertiary Qualifications

All applicants must be able to submit certified copies of their tertiary qualifications for the ASCI Registered Practitioner Eligibility Assessment. If these qualification documents are not in English, officially translated versions need to be submitted together with the certified copies of the original versions in the original language of issue.

Step 3: Practice Interview

Once your eligibility for ASCI Practitioner Registration has been confirmed, you will be contacted to schedule a practice interview. The purpose of the interview is to assess your ability to apply your expertise, knowledge and experience.

ASCI will contact you regarding the outcome of your practice interview.

Step 4: Application for Practitioner Membership

Subject to successful completion of the practice interview, you can apply for ASCI Practitioner Membership up to six months after completing your practice interview. If you completed your interview more than six months ago, please contact ASCI Professionalisation at professionalisation@asci.org.au, to discuss your circumstances.

Once your application for ASCI Practitioner Membership has been approved, you will be granted Practitioner Registration.

You will be able to apply for ASCI Practitioner Registration via the ASCI Website, Membership section. The ASCI Membership category is “ASCI Practitioner Membership”. Once we receive your application, we’ll verify that:

  • You meet the eligibility criteria and that your experience and/or education is valid and consistent with the ASCI guidelines. 
  • You have successfully achieved the required mark for an industry Case Study
  • You have committed and submit to the ASCI Code of Ethics and Ethics Management Program
  • You agree and commit to a three-year registration maintenance of 75 CPD Points

Typically, the application review period will take 5–10 days. Once it ’s complete, ASCI will issue a Certificate of Practitioner Registration.

If we have any questions or issues with your application, we’ll contact you for further instructions and direction.

Step 5: Maintenance of Practitioner Registration

All practitioners must maintain their registration through the ASCI Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program which requires registrants to participate in activities that assist in maintaining and improving competence in their profession, as determined by ASCI.

Professional Registration:

You are not obliged to register as professional and can maintain your registration as a practitioner under the registration maintenance requirements that apply to practitioners. However, should you wish to continue your journey towards professional registration, teh following steps apply:

Step 6: Submit an Industry Case Study Proposal

Once you are a current registered practtitioner, you can take the next step by submitting an industry case study proposal.

The purpose of this case study is for you to demonstrate your ability to apply your expertise, knowledge and experience to a real life (industry) problem.

The Industry Case Study Proposal will be sent to you on receipt of your payment for the case study. Once completed, this form has to be submitted to professionalisation@asci.org.au

ASCI will contact you regarding the completing of your case study.

Step 7: Application for Professional Registration Examination

All potential ASCI Registered Professional Supply Chain Managers are required to take a formal professional registration exam towards achieving professional status. In order to register for the exam, potential candidates will be able to register for the scheduled Professional Registration Exam, when available, on the ASCI Website. Once you have passed the exam, you will be able to apply for Professional Membership, which carries with it, Professional Registration.

Step 8: Application for Professional Membership

Subject to successful completion of the Professional Registration Examination and subject to the requirements of ASCI Professional Membership, you can apply for ASCI Professional Membership up to six months after passing your Professional Registration Examination. If you completed your exam more than six months ago, please contact ASCI Professionalisation at professionalisation@asci.org.au, to discuss your circumstances.

Once your application for ASCI Professional Membership has been approved, you will be granted Professional Registration.

You will be able to apply for ASCI Professional Registration via the ASCI Website, Membership section. The ASCI Membership category is “ASCI Professional Membership”. Once we receive your application, we’ll verify that:

  • You are a current ASCI Registered Practitioner. 
  • You have provided evidence of at least six (6) months practice in the workplace in the area relevant to your ASCI Practitioner Registration.
  • You have successfully achieved the required mark in the Professional Registration Examination.
  • You have committed and submit to the ASCI Code of Ethics and Ethics Management Program
  • You agree and commit to a three-year registration maintenance of 75 CPD Points

Typically, the application review period will take 5–10 days. Once it’s  complete, ASCI will issue a Certificate of Professional Registration.

If we have any questions or issues with your application, we’ll contact you for further instructions and direction.

Step 8: Maintenance of Professional Registration

All professionals must maintain their registration through the ASCI Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program which requires registrants to participate in activities that assist in maintaining and improving competence in their profession, as determined by ASCI.