Renew your LPA and MSA accreditation

Simple steps to renew your LPA & MSA accreditations

To renew your accreditations online, login to your LPA account via myMLA and then follow the steps below.

If you prefer to renew via hardcopy, call ISC Customer Service on 1800 683 111 to purchase a printed version of the LPA accreditation pack. 

Important: changes to logging in to LPA & MSA

From 1 July 2021, myMLA is your new easy-access gateway to a range of MLA products and services, including LPA and MSAIf you haven’t already, set up a myMLA profile and link your LPA & MSA accounts.


From 1 July 2021, myMLA is your new easy-access gateway to LPAIf you haven’t already, set up myMLA and link your LPA account. Access a step-by-step guide or watch these how-to videos on signing up and linking accounts.

For additional assistance, please contact ISC Customer Service on
1800 683 111 or at

The eight user-friendly modules provide a refresher on the requirements
of the LPA and MSA programs, helping you prepare for your accreditation

The animal welfare module must be completed in order to obtain your required accreditation certificate.


Once you’ve completed the learning modules, you’ll be asked a range of multiple-choice questions to test your understanding of LPA and MSA.

This should take approximately 25 minutes to complete.

Declare your commitment to abide by the LPA & MSA Rules and Standards and pay the fee for your accreditations.

The three-year LPA and MSA accreditation fee is $90 (+GST).

Take up the ‘go digital with eNVDs’ offer and save $30 (+GST) on the LPA and MSA accreditation fee PLUS receive unlimited access to free eNVDs.

Follow the instructions within the assessment to access the eNVD and receive the discount.

Your LPA & MSA accreditations will be renewed for three years and certificates will be provided for your records. 

Between accreditations, ensure that records used to manage your livestock and property in accordance with LPA & MSA requirements are kept up to date. Biosecurity plans and property risk assessments need to be reviewed annually.