Upon seeking membership, every accredited adviser has had to convince his or her peers that he has the knowledge and experience to:
Prospective members should send an email to email@example.com to identify themselves.
They will then be asked for information about projects which will be the basis of their application for accreditation, together with any supporting documentation.
Arrangements will then be made for a member of the Association to receive the documentation and possibly to visit the instrument(s) in question.
The scrutineer and the scrutinee will then agree a joint statement (or referral back) to the membership committee.
If appropriate, the organ builder(s) involved in a particular project may be contacted for any clarifications.
... the new member should prepare a digest of his/her personal and professional details (not more than one side of A4) which may be sent to interested enquirers and published on this website. Subjects covered in this document should include:
The test to be applied to assess the suitability of an applicant will be a demonstration of the satisfactory execution, in at least one instrument, of the agreed responsibilities of an AIOA-accredited adviser/consultant, as outined in the section on qualifications.