groupRichard Lawrance

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Professions Australia aims to be the unifying voice of associations representing the professions in Australia. Formed in 1971 by Councils for Professions in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and South Australia, the federal Council for Professions today represents more than 20 professional associations which in turn serve more than 420,000 professionals. Incorporated as a public company in 1994, the state councils became branches – by that time including the Australian Capital Territory and Tasmania – and in 2002 registered a business name in every state and territory to officially become the Australian Council of Professions Limited, trading as Professions Australia.


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