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4 March 2015

Peak body responds to allegations against Evocca College

The Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET) takes any allegations of illegal or improper activity by members seriously.

Following allegations about Evocca College on last night’s ABC 7.30 program, Evocca College has been asked to show cause as to why they should be allowed to remain ACPET members.

We understand that the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) is currently investigating some of the allegations covered in the program. If there is found to be substance to these allegations, ACPET will take further action, which may include removing Evocca College from our membership.

ACPET’s position is clear: there is no place for illegal or unscrupulous behaviour in the vocational education and training sector.

As the peak body for the private training sector, we are committed to ensuring students, parents, and employers can trust the quality of the training our members provide.

Media Contact:
Rod Camm, ACPET, 0409 484 051.
Madeleine Brennan, Ten Colours, 0402 715 577.


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