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Student enrolments


In 2016, ACPE saw over 900 students enrolled in its courses nationally:

Courses – All campuses

2016 students

Bachelor of Applied Dance

51

Bachelor of Applied Fitness

51

Bachelor of Dance Education

59

Bachelor of Education (Physical and Health Education)

79

Bachelor of Health and Movement

216

Bachelor of Health Science (Community Health)

3

Bachelor of Health Science (Dance)

3

Bachelor of Health Science (Exercise)

98

Bachelor of Health Science (Fitness)

23

Bachelor of Health Science (Sport)

7

Bachelor of Sports Coaching and Administration

177

Bachelor of Sports Business

60

Bachelor of Sports Business (Leadership)

121

Graduate Diploma of Education [TEACH-OUT ONLY]

22

Graduate Diploma of Sports Administration

18

Total Students

988

Legal Entity


The legal entity registered to trade as the Australian College of Physical Education is ACPE Limited (ABN: 28 107 480 848).

This entity is established as an Australian Public Company, limited by shares with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), and by the company’s Constitution.

In addition, the entity is registered with the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) as an approved higher education provider PRV12066, and is registered in New South Wales with the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) to offer certain courses to international students in Australia on a student visa (NSW CRICOS provider code 01822J).  

Financial Standing


ACPE runs on a financial year from January to December.

The latest financial audit occurred in December 2015, and was conducted by KPMG who found the College to be financially viable as a public company.

Organisation


The College is governed by the ACPE Limited Board of Directors, who have delegated powers to make academic decisions to the Academic Board.

ACPE is managed on a day-to-day basis by the Executive Director, Higher Education, who has been delegated powers to make operational decisions by the Board.

The Executive Director, Higher Education is Carolyn Barker AM, who is also responsible for day-to-day management of sister colleges Endeavour College of Natural Health and Martin Higher Education.

The organisational chart outlines the functional structures managed by the Executive Director.

The academic leadership team at the College is headed by the Director of Education, with five main academic departments / faculties coming under this leadership.

Higher Education locations


ACPE operates one main campus in Sydney Olympic Park, where students have access to first class sporting facilities.

In addition, the College has a delivery agreement to use the premises of its sister College, Endeavour College of Natural Health, to deliver some courses at the following campuses:

  • Brisbane
  • Melbourne (not currently delivering)
  • Sydney (Haymarket) (not currently delivering)

For more information on campuses please see the Campuses page and choose your preferred course from the Courses page to see if it is offered at your chosen campus. 

Higher Education courses


All higher education courses are accredited with TEQSA and meet the requirements for the relevant level of study on the Australian Qualifications Framework.

ACPE is accredited by TEQSA to deliver the following undergraduate courses of study:

The College is also accredited by TEQSA to deliver the following postgraduate courses of study:

The Academic Board holds regular discussions on industry trends to determine whether new courses are required and courses will be added to this list as they are accredited by TEQSA. 

Feedback and Complaints process


Students – feedback from students is always welcome, and the first step of the feedback or grievance process is to lodge a form through the Quality Feedback Monitor on this website (Student Feedback button top right of screen). See the relevant Complaints and Appeals policy on the College Policies page for further information.

Staff – staff can lodge feedback by clicking on the ‘Provide Feedback’ on the staff LMS page (this will lodge a form through the Quality Feedback Monitor), or in person to their direct supervisor (see the Staff Grievance Policy for further information).

Public – if you are a member of the general public and would like to provide feedback through our Quality Feedback Monitor, please click on the ‘Contact Us’ link at the bottom of this web page (and all pages on this website), and lodge a web form. 

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