CMALT Australasia is a certified membership scheme offered in partnership with the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) UK. The scheme is a form of professional accreditation which enables people whose work involves learning technology to have their experience and capabilities certified by peers, and to demonstrate that they are taking a committed approach to their professional development.
As a certified member of ALT you can increase the impact of your professional record or CV and use “CMALT” as post-nominal letters. The basis of the accreditation process is a portfolio which contains both evidence and reflection in relation to a number of key criteria.
CMALT certification means you obtain professional recognition and attain Certified Membership for your experience and capability in the field of learning technology.
Past & Current Certified CMALT Australasia Holders
- David Sinfield (2019)
- Giriraj Shekhawat (2019)
- Todd Stretton (2019)
- Kulari Lokuge Dona (2018)
- David Parsons (2017)
- Jing Zhou (2017)
- Danielle Mulrennan (2016)
- Dan Laurence (2016)
- Laurent Antonczak (2016)
- Matthew Guinibert (2016)
- Colin Simpson (2016)
- Thomas Cochrane (2016)
- Stephen Bright (2015)
- David Watson (2015)
- Michelle Salmona (2014)
- Deborah Veness (2014)
- Roger Cook (2012)
- Elizabeth Beckmann (2011)
For the full list of current CMALT holders, including those listed under CMALT Australasia visit the ALT (UK) website here.
How to Register for CMALT Australasia
Register for the CMALT Australasia scheme via ALT using the ALT registration page. CMALT Australasia will then be notified of your registration for follow-up and support.
Discounts can be arranged for groups of more than five registrants in the CMALT Australasia program. To discuss a group CMALT registration, contact ALT for further details. Since you must be an ASCILITE member to register for CMALT Australasia, ASCILITE offers institutional memberships to support CMALT group registration to further reduce costs.
- The CMALT support pages on the ALT website are the primary source of CMALT information, particularly the CMALT Prospectus and CMALT Guidelines for candidates and assessors.
- Thom Cochrane is the ASCILITE Executive who chairs the scheme on behalf of ASCILITE. If you wish to know more about CMALT Australasia, please email Thom.
- The CMALT cMOOC is a new model of PD as a network of communities of practice within a cMOOC, supported by an ecology of resources, where sustained collaborative engagement with innovative teaching practice is recognised via CMALT. The #cmaltcmooc project is an output of the #SoTELNZ research cluster. You can access past CMALT cMOOCs here.
- You may also like to download a CMALT flyer for an overview of the scheme and its benefits. Use the flyer to help generate interest in CMALT Australasia in your institution.