The European Academy of Chiropractic is a sub-committee of the ECU (European Chiropractors' Union). It is concerned with the promotion and facilitation of graduate educational programme (GEP) and continuing professional development (CPD) for chiropractors. The EAC organises a meeting to promote the Graduate Education Programme at the annual convention. This is a dedicated programme to help national chiropractic associations to develop a formal system of support for newly-qualified chiropractors.

The EAC also accredits academic CPD events for the ECU by awarding points for attendance.
Further details can be found here;
EAC Website
Chiropractic Australia is a not-for-profit, member-based organisation established to promote safe, ethical and effective chiropractic care and to provide high quality vocational and political advocacy for its members. It seeks to promote evidence based chiropractic care and inter-professional cooperation in order to improve community health through high quality, patient focused care.
CA Website
The Royal College of Chiropractors (RCC) is an apolitical professional membership body. It promotes and supports high standards of education, practice and research, enabling chiropractors to provide, and to be recognised for providing, high quality care for patients.
RCC Website