The College Constitution provides the foundation for College governance and ensures that ACRRM operates within its legal and statutory obligations.
The College Constitution was first published in 1997 and revised in 2014 in accordance with ACRRM’s growth and evolving roles and responsibilities.
The revised Constitution details the division of responsibilities between the College’s two peak governance bodies, the Board which is a skills-based body providing company director functions, and the College Council, which is elected by members and provides representation, policy direction, and elects the directors of the Board.
A key goal of the Constitution has been to enable the College to continue to provide strong member representation while maintaining its extensive responsibilities for ongoing administrative compliance and probity.
Corporations Act 2001, A Public Company Limited by Guarantee, Constitution, Adopted by the Members on 1 November 2014