The Accreditation Council of Trinidad and Tobago offers services to a wide range of stakeholders including individuals, government agencies, private sector organisations and post secondary and tertiary education institutions. You may click any of the links below for more detailed information:

Accreditation

One of ACTT’s responsibilities is to accredit post secondary and tertiary education institutions and/or specialised programmes that have been evaluated and found to have met or exceeded internationally accepted criteria for accreditation. ...

Conferment of Institutional Title

ACTT is responsible for providing authoritative advice on the requirements for carrying titles such as "university”, "community college", “college”, “tertiary college”, “polytechnic” and “technical institute” in accordance with the provisions under ...

Quality Enhancement

Quality Enhancement is “the process of taking deliberate steps at an institutional level to improve the quality of learning opportunities”.  Quality Enhancement assists institutions to improve their policies and processes to the extent that the ...

Recognition: An Overview

ACTT provides advice on the recognition status of post secondary and tertiary programmes and institutions operating internationally and locally.  Persons who wish to pursue a course of study, or who have completed a programme at a post secondary or tertiary ...

Registration

To operate in Trinidad and Tobago, providers of post secondary and tertiary education must be registered in accordance with Chapter 39:06. Satisfying the requirements of the Criteria for Registration provides the assurance that registered ...