What are the benefits?David Gould
For over a quarter of a century, we have provided trusted and recognised accreditation to enhance the standards and quality of independent further and higher education providers.
UK/International endorsement for your institution
Accreditation by a globally recognised national body.
Greater profile, recognition and credibility
Gaining the BAC mark helps promote the quality of your institution.
A robust and systematic process for measuring the quality of your training and learning provision
Assessing provision against recognised standards will help improve your service
Access to the lucrative international student market via Short-Term Study Visa approval
Enter the lucrative international student market by gaining approval to enrol students on Student Visitor Visas
Access to experience and expertise that can help your organisation grow
Our Inspectors can advise and support Institutions in all areas of business operations
Access to the leading association of independent FE, HE and specialist training providers (Study UK)
Study UK is the UK’s leading association of independent further and higher education institutions and specialist training providers http://www.study-uk.org/
A framework for continuously improving your organisation
Working with the BAC will help maintain a culture of continuous improvement and development
Make savings with our range of discounts on relevant services for you and your staff e.g. events, HR advice and staff development opportunities – see our discounted services page for more information.
Help and advice
Phone or email us or visit the BAC office to discuss any problems and get advice from our friendly and knowledgeable staff.
Get advice and regular updates on statutory changes and developments in the sector.
Invitations to attend topical industry events providing opportunities to network and meet the experts face-to-face.
Choosing an accredited institution provides students and their families with assurance that the provision meets the standards set out in the Accreditation Handbook
If these published standards are not met, students will be able to seek redress through an agreed complaints procedure