Unity College Australia is a Registered Training Organisation and has been so since 1999. This means that the college is audited according to government standards. The current regulator of Unity College is Australian Skills Quality Authority who manages our registration under the authority of the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011.
Unity College Australia also has CRICOS registration which enables international students to study at the college under an international student Visa. The college has held this status since 2000 and has had students from over 60 different nations across all continents studying with us.
Unity College Australia is also a member of the Independent Training and Education Council of Australia (ITECA, formerly ACPET), Australia’s largest and most influential private training peak body. ITECA members adhere to a strict Code of Ethics, and have access to the best professional development for their staff. For more information have a look at their website: www.iteca.edu.au