AFP College

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) College in Barton, Canberra is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO Provider #1056) under the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). The college offers accommodation and training programs for AFP members and staff from other government agencies.

The AFP College develops, delivers and coordinates training programs for International law enforcement agencies.

We are committed to providing customised, professional, accountable and quality training through sharing AFP best practices. All training is undertaken with a view to enhancing cooperation between our law enforcement partners and the AFP.

Nationally our focus is on helping government agencies build capacity within their own organisation by developing their investigation skills in relation to crimes against the Australian Government and in line with the Australian Government Investigation Standards (AGIS).

Our international training programs focus on helping our international law enforcement partners build capacity within their own organisations. The programs also address the AFP's aims of interdicting and investigating transnational crimes such as narcotics trafficking, people smuggling, terrorism and money laundering.

The college also offers online training through its Learning Management System (login and password required).

The AFP Training Alumni is for past participants of AFP delivered training courses including Management of Serious Crime (MOSC), international training and the International Deployment Group (IDG), who would like to keep in contact with their fellow students and instructors.


For enquiries relating to training activities delivered by the AFP College

LDC Enterprise Learning
Email: LDC Enterprise Learning

For enquiries relating to AFP College facilities and accommodation

AFP College Reception
Email: Reception Barton College
Phone: 02 5126 9237

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