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  • Save the date...National CM Symposium 15 Oct 2015 Sydney, NSW

    30th Mar 2015


  • Become a Certified Case Managerâ„¢ in 2015

    29th Mar 2015

    If you are working within the specialist area of case management as an academic, consultant, educator,  executive, manager, practitioner, professional or researcher, you may be eligible to apply for recognition as a Certified Case Manager™ (Practising or Non Practising). 

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    29th Mar 2015

    The first inaugural Certified Case Managers™ Graduation Ceremony will be held on Wednesday 14 October 2015, 4:00 pm - 6.00pm (AEDST), in The Refectory Grand Hall of The Holme Building,  University of Sydney, Sydney NSW 2000. A Cocktail Reception following the graduation ceremony will be held in the Drawing Room of The Holme Building. Certified Case Managers™ from 6.00pm to 9.00pm. Registrations required for both events. LEARN MORE...  

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  • National Standards of Practice for Case Management, 2013 edition

    Case Management Society of Australia & New Zealand (CMSA)

    The National Standards of Practice for Case Management (3rd Revised Edition, 2013) specify the minimum National level of practice (benchmark of excellence) to be attained by a practitioner throughout the case management process and provides the foundation for a best practice framework and uniform approach for Certified Case Managers™, practitioners and agencies throughout Australia and New Zealand.

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Certified Practising Case Manager Australia

The Case Management Society of Australia & New Zealand (CMSA) National Certification sets the benchmark of excellence in case management. Certified Practising Case Managers™ (CPCM) & Certified Case Managers Non Practising™ (CCMNP) adhere to the CMSA National Standards & National Code of Ethics for Case Management & are recognised for their advanced education, experience, knowledge & skills by their colleagues, consumers & employers.