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There are many ways ISCA can service the needs of your organisation. We offer a suite of training courses, we host regular industry networking events, and we offer membership services to those in the infrastructure sector. You can also find out everything you need to know about the IS Rating scheme.

Please click on any of the below items to learn more or to register.


Become an IS Accredited Professional (ISAP)

ISCA offers a wide suite of training courses catered to people and organisation with different requirements. Whether you are new to infrastructure sustainability and the IS Rating Scheme, or are an existing ISAP in need of a knowledge top up, we offer a suite of training to meet your needs.


Get involved with our community of practice

In collaboration with our community of stakeholders ISCA delivers a range of events across Australia and New Zealand. ISCA events are an opportunity to share ideas, knowledge, connect with industry peers and seek solutions together.


Make your commitment to sustainability

Demonstrate sustainability leadership, contribute to our community of practice, connect with more than 100 member organisations, access our member exclusive events, and gain recognition from industry peers.

Infrastructure Sustainability Rating Scheme

Register your project for an IS Rating

The IS Rating Scheme is Australia and New Zealand’s only comprehensive rating system for evaluating sustainability across planning, design, construction and operation of infrastructure programs, projects, networks and assets.  IS evaluates the quadruple bottom line (Governance, Economic, Environmental and Social) of infrastructure development.

ISCA Working Groups

Join a working group and collaborate with like-minded individuals to identify current industry issues and challenges.

ISCA Working Groups are key forums for individuals from member organisations to work out collaboratively the challenges and opportunities for infrastructure sustainability and the IS rating scheme. Working groups are made up of individuals who volunteer their time, expertise and capability.