The Australian Centre for Environmental Compliance (“ACFEC”) is a leading Registered Training Organisation that delivers nationally recognised compliance, investigation and enforcement training to public sector and local government agencies throughout Australia.
Our training has a significant focus on learning through practical exercises and role plays, contextualised to meet the needs and culture of the client. We have trained over 3000 officers nationwide and work in close partnership with organisations to provide services that enhance the effectiveness of agencies in line with their values and culture. We establish long standing and positive relationships with all our clients to build the knowledge and skills of employees to improve on-job performance and the agencies overall operating framework.
ACFEC provides training and consultancy services in Fisheries Management and Compliance, Fraud Control Investigation and Statutory Investigation. ACFEC also delivers specialised training courses. To find out more on these courses see our courses page or specialised courses page.
Delivery and assessment is competency based, focussed on the practical application of underpinning knowledge and skills. The qualifications or individual units of competency offered (such as produce formal record of interview) may be delivered through recognition of current competencies (RCC), recognition of prior learning (RPL) or through a formal learning component.
ACFEC sponsors the AELERT Conference 2011
IUCN Environmental Compliance and Enforcement Training Course
ACFEC and Canberra Distance Running Friends of Timor Leste
Training to Centrelink staff in the Concept Lab
Legal training on UNESCOW World Heritage listed Lord Howe Island
Pro bono fisheries compliance training