In addition to the individual editing societies in each Australian state, there is a national organisation set up to debate and consider items of national interest and importance: the Institute of Professional Editors Limited or IPEd, the successor to the Council of Australian Societies of Editors (CASE).
IPEd is the peak national body for Australian editors. It exists to advance the profession of editing and to support and promote Australian editors.
IPEd was created with the support of all seven state and territory societies of editors. IPEd manages the national system of accreditation, promotes the profession, and works towards coordinating education and training across Australia and across sectors. The IPEd website is regularly updated with news of IPEd activities in areas such as accreditation, standards, professional development, conferences and promotion.
IPEd is governed by a council comprising one nominee from each state and territory society of editors. The IPEd council:
For further information contact SA's IPEd Councillor, Rosemary Luke.