In 2021, ACPE saw over 700 students enrolled in its courses nationally:
Diploma of Applied Fitness
Associate Degree of Sports Business
Bachelor of Applied Fitness
Bachelor of Dance Education
Bachelor of Dance Practice
Bachelor of Education (Physical and Health Education)
Bachelor of Health and Movement
Bachelor of Health Science (Community Health)
Bachelor of Health Science (Dance)
Bachelor of Health Science (Exercise)
Bachelor of Health Science (Fitness)
Bachelor of Sports Coaching (Management)
Bachelor of Sports Coaching (Strength and Conditioning)
Bachelor of Sports Business (Leadership)
Graduate Diploma of Sports Administration
The legal entity registered to trade as the Australian College of Physical Education is ACPE Limited (ABN: 28 107 480 848).
In addition, the entity is registered with the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) as an approved Institute of Higher Education PRV12066, and is registered in New South Wales with the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) to offer certain courses to international students in Australia on a student visa (NSW CRICOS provider code 01822J).
ACPE runs on a financial year from January to December.
The latest financial audit occurred in December 2021 and was conducted by The Gold Group Consulting who found the College to be financially viable as a public company.
ACPE is managed on a day-to-day basis by the CEO and Dean, who has been delegated powers to make operational decisions by the Board.
The Academic leadership team at the college is headed by the CEO and Dean, Debbie Le Roux.
The academic leadership team at the College is headed by the CEO and Dean, with four main academic departments / faculties coming under this leadership.
ACPE operates one main campus in Sydney Olympic Park, where students have access to first class sporting facilities.
We acknowledge the Wangal as the first Custodians of the land, air and waters now known as Sydney Olympic Park. We pay respect to all First Nations People and our community Elders past, present and emerging. We also acknowledge the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
For more information on campus please see the Campus page.
Feedback is always welcome. Feedback should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In some cases, students or potential students may feel that they have experienced unfair or unreasonable treatment, disadvantage or distress that they may wish to pursue the matter through a more formal process. Wherever possible, the resolution of complaints will be handled informally. This can be done through speaking directly with a member of student services, support or academic staff, or can be lodged via email to email@example.com
Grievances, Complaints and Appeals
A formal complaint procedure begins when a student or potential student states in writing that they have a grievance using the Grievances, Complaints and Appeals Complaints Form submitted directly to the Director of Student Services and Campus Wellbeing via Student Services or to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further details, please refer to the ACPE Grievances, Complaint and Appeals
Public – if you are a member of the general public and would like to provide feedback, please click on the ‘Send Us a Message’ link at the bottom of this web page (and all pages on this website), and lodge a web form.