Education Providers

Information regarding the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak:

APC Statement on COVID-19 and the impact on accredited program providers. Read more.

The Health Professions Accreditation Collaborative Forum has developed a consensus statement. It details the collective position of accreditation authorities with respect to accredited programs and the impact of COVID-19. This includes ongoing ability to meet the accreditation standards. Read more.

National Principles for clinical education during COVID-19 agreed
The Health Professions Accreditation Collaborative (HPAC) Forum, AHPRA, National Boards and the Australian Government have worked together to set national principles to guide professions, Accreditation Authorities, education providers and health services when making decisions about student clinical education. Read more.

The Australian Pharmacy Council (APC) is the trusted, independent accrediting authority for pharmacy education and training in Australia.

We set the standards for pharmacy education and we assess and examine the knowledge and competency of Australian and overseas-trained pharmacists to ensure they have the skills and knowledge to deliver effective health care that meets the changing needs of the community and are suitable to be registered in Australia. Our pharmacy and university stakeholders rely on us to continue our valuable evidence based work which has been entrusted to us by the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme (NRAS).

APC accreditation underpins the safety and quality of health care for the Australian public because we ensure that the university sector is delivering the right curriculum that educates future graduates with evidence-based pharmacy programs that meet Australian standards.