International Career Institute

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The International Career Institute (ICI) is a leading provider of distance education. Using experienced industry based faculty and the latest resources ICI delivers over 100 exciting career and lifestyle focused courses to a broad range of people and business's world wide.

ICI is recognized internationally. The Institute has:

  • Established formal standing with various government & industry bodies,
  • Been supported by professionals throughout the world,
  • Courses are developed in cooperation with government education agencies and industry representatives,
  • Graduates have obtained employment and established successful businesses across a wide range of industries,
  • 32% of ICI students are in fact employees of companies and government departments. Course fees are either partially or fully funded by employers.

The following is a partial list of companies and government departments which have enrolled staff into ICI courses:

  • Department of Defence
  • State of Queensland
  • Department of Tourism, Regional Development & Industry
  • Department of Employment, Economic Development & Innovation
  • Revenue SA (State of South Australia)
  • Metcash Trading Ltd Australia (IGA)
  • Navman Technologies
  • Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane
  • Employment Directions Network / Department of Education & Training
  • Queensland Compensation
  • Calvin Klein
  • John Paul College
  • Darwin International Airport
  • Mitsubishi Corporation
  • Commonwealth Bank
  • HSBC
  • American Express
  • Clayton UTZ
  • Hennikers Solicitors
  • Villari Lawyers
  • UnitingCare
  • Aviva Australia Holdings,
  • Uniting Care Institute of Family Practice
  • Federal Workplace Authority
  • Centacare Employment Group
  • Mission Australia
  • MAX Employment
  • Gunnebo Australia (Security)
  • Brookfield Multiplex
  • Coca-Cola Amitil
  • Coles Myer Ltd

ICI is Accredited and Recognised by the International Association of Private Career Colleges. IAPCC accreditation ensures that the Institute has met IAPCC benchmarks in the areas of course content, course delivery, student assessments, administration and the tutorial faculty.

ICI is a member of the College of Teachers. The College was founded by Royal Charter (UK) in 1849. Its institutional members are organisations with an educational interest and includes schools, colleges, universities, professional associations and training organisations throughout the world. Everything the College does is driven by a commitment to raise standards in education and improve learning for all.

Our mission is to provide our learners with high quality courses that develop highly effective graduates who have the knowledge and skills to embark on a new chosen career or advance themselves in careers they may already be engaged with.

"Real Skills for the Real World" is the fundamental philosophy toward learning at ICI. Our learning content, faculty and graduate outcomes are geared towards imparting practical knowledge and skills. The Institute was founded on the principle that the key to success in today’s business and work environment is knowledge.

The International Career Institute is a private provider of education and training whose purpose is:

  • To create and advance new and existing career prospects for its learners.
  • To instil within each student that the key to success in today’s business and work environment is knowledge.
  • To cater to a broad range of people ranging from school leavers to men and women in established careers.
  • To offer programs that focus on the application of theory, concepts and skills so that graduates can meet future challenges that may be presented.
  • To provide curricula developed in consultation with practitioner faculty who are industry experts.
  • To support students with services that foster success, personal development and career potential.

Although ICI is international, it seems to operate primarily within Australia and New Zealand.

> New Zealand

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