Every ACE course is an opportunity to gain ACE credits. The number of ACE credits available for each event varies depending on the type of event, the course teacher, and the length of each course. The aim of the ACE credit system is to enable you to start working towards your ACE certification from the moment you attend any ACE event.
There isn’t any given time frame in which you need to obtain the necessary amount of credits. You can study at a pace to suit you.
ACE Advanced Tutors, ACE Associate Instructors and ACE Instructors work independently. As ACE is all about collaboration and supporting others, you can gain ACE credits by attending their approved ACE courses but there is a limit to the number of credits you can gain by attending the independent ACE courses. An independent ACE course is an approved course that is organised, and taught, by a member of the ACE teaching team.
You will also need to gain a certain amount of ACE Credits from attending online courses, or in-person events taught by Sarah Fisher, or Sarah Fisher's ACE courses that are taught by nominated ACE Instructors if you are studying outside the UK.
|ACE Advanced Tutor||16 per day||Maximum 64 credits|
|ACE Associate Instructor||18 per day||Maximum 74 credits|
Approved ACE course
|20 per day||Maximum 74 credits|
Organised by, and booked through,
Animal Centred Education Ltd.
|20 per day||No Limit|