Apply for Accreditation

The Scientific Capacity Development Committee has implemented a Society accreditation review process. To apply for accreditation for workshops, webinars, and other digital presentations, please fill out the following form.

Accreditation Application

Please note applicants are not able to save work and continue at a later time.

  • Please include building number, street number, street name, city, province, country, and postal code.
  • Please include country code.
  • Summary of the activity to be accredited (objectives, rationale, learning outcomes)
  • When will the event run? How long will the event run? What is the date of the event? What is the format of the event?
  • Tutor or Presenter Information

    Please provide information on any associated tutors or presenters. This information is required for courses and webinars.
  • Please ensure uploaded files are in .doc, .docx, or .pdf formats.
    Max. file size: 64 MB.
  • Co-tutors or Co-presenters

  • Please include given name and surname
  • Activity Details

  • Please submit materials in .xlsx, .docx, or .pdf format.
    Drop files here or
    Max. file size: 64 MB.
    • Please note the pilot will be conducted in English language materials only.
    • Information Relevant for Participants or Readers

    • Which skills do participants acquire?
    • What is the time investment for participants, besides the actual course? What are the technical requirements to participate in the course?
    • Evaluation of the Course

    • Costs

    • Please list the cost elements of the activity and explain how the fee amount is decided.
    • Impact of the topic on society and public debate

    • This is a subjective commentary, but please can you highlight any areas of potential disagreement or contention regarding the core content of your material being assessed.
    • This is a subjective commentary, but please consider any relevant sensitivities or issues that the Society should be aware of before accrediting your materials. Please keep in mind the ethos of the Society to be inclusive and neutral platform for all those involved in using and producing HTA.