The Motor Accident Injury Assessment Scheme

The accreditation process

Who is eligible to apply for accreditation?

To be considered for accreditation under the Scheme, the Minister has determined an applicant must:

  • be a registered Medical Practitioner (Specialist or General);

  • be accredited with Return To Work SA as a Permanent Impairment Assessor;

  • satisfactorily complete the training modules prescribed by the Accreditation Panel; and

  • satisfy any other conditions prescribed by this Scheme.

For further information, read the Motor Accident Injury Assessment Scheme brochure.

How do I become accredited?

  1. Read the Motor Accident Injury Assessment Scheme brochure. Confirm that you meet the criteria.

  2. Complete the Application Form and Agreement. Submit both forms to the MAIAS Manager, GPO Box 1095, Adelaide SA 5001 or via email with all supporting documentation as requested.

  3. Receive confirmation of receipt of your application from MAIAS. Your application will be reviewed by the CTP Accreditation Panel and submitted to the Attorney-General for approval.

  4. You will be notified of the outcome of your application and if successful, invited to attend accreditation training.

  5. Complete Accreditation Training.

  6. Receive MAIAS accreditation confirmation and be listed on the MAIAS Register as available to receive ISV Medical Assessment Referrals.

For further information, read Motor Accident Injury Assessment Scheme or send enquiries to the MAIAS Manager, Able Kim via our contact form or on (08) 8204 1626

Accreditation training

No further accreditation training is currently scheduled. The CTP Accreditation Panel will consider the need for future training forums in early 2017. For more information contact the MAIAS Manager on (08) 8204 1626.

For a copy of the MAIAS Training Manual, please download the Motor Accident Injury Assessment Scheme Training Manual 2nd Edition (PDF).