ACCA Training Institute
ACCA’s comprehensive training program provides a unique opportunity to study among nationally recognized experts in their respective fields.
National Training Institute
ACCA’s comprehensive training program provides a unique opportunity to study among nationally recognized experts in their respective fields. The program is carefully designed to focus on the critical issues challenging our profession. ACCA offers a certificate of Certified Compliance Administrator (CCA) and Master Compliance Administrator (MCA) earned from attendance at its annual Training Institute.
Executive Leadership Institute
Experienced practitioners can attend the ELI to earn the additional Executive Certified Master Compliance Administrator (ECMCA) certificate. The ELI is held at the same time and location as the NTI.
ACCA’s membership consists of public and private sector professionals engaged in contract compliance; minority and women-owned business enterprises; historically underutilized business enterprises; disadvantaged business enterprises; affirmative action; wage and hour standards; and equal employment opportunity from across the nation.
Our vision is to have ACCA recognized as the leading national organization that provides a training institute to educate compliance practitioners, support economic diversity and promote equitable employment and contracting practices within public and private sector institutions.
Our mission is to deliver ongoing comprehensive training and certification to practitioners working within the fields of Affirmative Action, Contract Compliance, Minority/Women/Disadvantaged/Small/Emerging Business Enterprise, Labor Compliance, Economic & Business Development, and Equal Employment Opportunity.
Contact ACCA with your questions about membership and training
Message from ACCA's President
The American Contract Compliance Association was established in 1986 as a nonprofit national organization dedicated to ensuring equitable employment and contracting practices within the public and private sectors.
The thought was to foster a national organization which would provide training, standardization of practice, networking, and support to the many affirmative action, contract compliance, equal employment, and human rights workers across the country.