A BALEAP assessment visit is also a formative opportunity to discuss your EAP provision and related student services with the assessors. BALEAP assessors are EAP programme or centre directors themselves and can thus bring their own experience to bear on any issues you would like to raise. Assessors’awareness of practice at other institutions can also serve to inform areas of your own EAP provision and development.
You can arrange to have a meeting with the BAS Chair to discuss a possible accreditation visit and what this would involve.BALEAP member institutions seeking accreditation for the first time are also entitled to a free visit from an assessor to help them prepare for the accreditation process. For details please contact us.
The BAS Chair and/or one of the BAS assessors can discuss your concerns and provide guidance. Please email email@example.com.
£690. For information on the financial arrangements of accreditation, please email the BAS Chair.
You must be an institutional member of BALEAP to be eligible for accreditation. To apply, please contact the BAS Chair through the contact form. Prior to the visit, you will be asked to submit documentation for the range of EAP provision being delivered at the time of the accreditation visit.
For further information please contact the BAS Chair using our contact form.