APAC maintains a publicly available list of all current APAC-accredited education providers and programs of study on its website. The current list of APAC-accredited programs of study identifies the current accreditation status and will be amended to reflect any changes in the accreditation status of programs of study. APAC also publishes on its website a summary of the outcomes of each cycle accreditation assessment it conducts, and of new programs in out-of-cycle assessments. The National Board publishes all approved education providers and programs of study on its website as required under Section 49(5) of the National Law.
Using APAC accreditation for promoting APAC-accredited programs outside of Australia
Education providers are to take care when using APAC accreditation to promote APAC-accredited programs outside of Australia, particularly in relation to the requirements to practise in Australia. Overseas health professionals must fulfil special requirements in order to be allowed to practise in Australia.
Use of the APAC logo
The APAC logo can be used by education providers for any programs with the status of Accreditation without Conditions.