Accredited courses are listed on the Commonwealth Register for International Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). By the year 2000 our training programs had grown to encompass a wider range of vocational areas including Information Technology and Travel and Tourism. The same year our Sydney branch was opened.
To reflect this growth our name was changed to Power Business Institute. In 2001, with an increasing emphasis on globalisation, Power became a subsidiary of Hunter Valley Training Company (HVTC).
This has resulted in the combined ability to provide training and other services in a wide range of vocational areas such as manufacturing, electrical, construction, automotive, electronics, hospitality, horticulture and community services in addition to those provided by Power Business Institute.