English in Britain: Accreditation
The service we offer to students of English in Britain
The English in Britain Accreditation Scheme monitors and aims to improve standards of management, teaching, resources and welfare in organisations teaching English as a foreign language in Britain. We do this through regular inspections (including unannounced spot checks). Each inspection leads to a report on the organisation's services and facilities. On the basis of this report, we make a decision as to whether the organisation should be accredited.
The Scheme enables the British Council to assure students at accredited organisations of standards of service, and provides a channel for dealing with complaints.
If a student at an accredited organisation has a serious complaint, they should:
The English in Britain Accreditation Scheme is committed to dealing with complaints effectively and efficiently.
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