The National Institute for Christian Education has formed a third party agreement with Alphacrucis University College. Alphacrucis is registered with the Australian Commonwealth Government as an Institute of Higher Education Provider, offering courses recognised by Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency (TEQSA) (ID: PRV12006). Alphacrucis is authorised to self-accredit courses of study at Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) Levels 5-10 in Business and Management, Teacher Education, and Philosophy and Religious Studies under section 41 of the Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency Act 2011, including the courses delivered by the National Institute for Christian Education.
The postgraduate academic processes of the National Institute are subject to the Academic Board of Alphacrucis University College.
The National Institute for Christian Education is the teacher training arm of its owner, Christian Education National. The National Institute comes under the governance of the CEN National Board. For the degree courses, and for the purpose of Federal government accreditation, the National Institute has a Third-Party Agreement with Alphacrucis University College.
Find out more about why the National Institute has a Third-Party Agreement with Alphacrucis University College here.
Academic Planning and Review Committee (APRC)
Although the National Institute is subject to, and participates in, numerous Alphacrucis committees, it has its own Academic Planning and Review Committee (in conjunction with faculty), that review postgraduate courses and procedures and advise on new subjects, reading lists, and research agendas.