Reading and Private Study

As part of the accreditation candidates can undertake reading and private study to count towards their overall hours.

Applicants wishing to claim for reading and private study to be counted towards accreditation should attach a list of articles/books read together with a brief summary of content as evidence.

Please note there is a reading list of EEATS materials, journals, websites and other resources available in the written pack. NB You will have already completed 35 hours of mandatory training – this leaves up to 65 hours still to be completed. You may claim a maximum of 30 hours of reading or private study towards your final accreditation.

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