Roles of the DIA
Serving your profession
The DIA serves the Australian design professions in many ways :
It acts as networking support for the design communities in each state and nationally
It acts as a training ground for design champions for the betterment of the professions
It acts as a corporate contact point between the design professions, government and industry to facilitate industry wide initiatives
It maintains and delivers information about the industry to the general community
It develops and delivers information about the industry to its members to improve their professional practice
It provides a pool of organised volunteers for design industry events and for the support of government initiatives
It acts as a formal contact point between the Australian design professions and the international design organisations
It maintains a documented standard of professional practice and ethics to enhance designers' status as professionals in the community.
In short, the DIA maintains the design profession’s responsibilities to Australian society, fosters a healthy professional environment and delivers a range of tangible services and rewards to members.
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