ACPET

Representing quality private education
providers in Australia

In Focus
A victory for common sense in higher education funding

Sunday saw the release of the much anticipated Rev... Read more

Featured
Next assessment of SVP eligibility for non-university higher education providers

The extended streamlined visa processing (SVP) arr... Read more

Minister Pyne to deliver keynote address at ACPET Higher Education Symposium

The annual ACPET Higher Education Symposium will t... Read more

Week One in China - Australia is open for business

Last week ACPET CEO, Claire Field, joined the Trad... Read more

National
2014 CDAA Conference – Adelaide

The 2014 CDAA Conference is scheduled for 14-16 Ma... Read more

Reminder – Calling for abstracts for ACPET National Conference 2014

The ACPET 2014 Conference Committee welcomes works... Read more

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Affiliations

ACPET policy is to develop and build international links as a means of expanding business opportunities for members in overseas markets.

At present, ACPET has co-operative agreements with sister bodies in New Zealand, South Africa and Thailand.

The major undertakings of these agreements are to:

  • Strengthen cooperation
  • Exchange information
  • Mutual participation in annual conferences
  • Encourage strategic partnerships between member organisations
  • Assist each organisation identify business opportunities and strengthen bilateral trade

New Zealand

ACPET signed a co-operative agreement with the New Zealand Association of Private Education Providers in 2006.

 


South Africa

ACPET and the Association of Private Providers of Education, Training and Development, South Africa signed the first co-operative agreement.


Thailand

ACPET signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Federation of Private Technological and Vocational Colleges of Thailand (FPCT) in July 2012.  ACPET and FPCT have agreed to build stronger links between the two nations’ private education and training sectors through strategic partnerships, a proposed joint council and other business opportunities for their members that aim to enhance bilateral trade in between Australia and Thailand.

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