Two more companies are on their way to becoming members of The Property Educators Accreditation Scheme (PEAS).

David Goodfellow from iKonic Training Academy Ltd and Hayley Andrews from Your Freedom Empire have completed the first stage of the process to join the industry group and are now in their six-month probation period. PEAS aims to help property investors identify credible property educators, create greater transparency and increase protection for those accessing property education.

Genuine applicants

All members go through a rigorous six-month long process that is likely to deter less genuine applicants. Verified individuals who have bought products or services from applicant members can now comment on live applications during the probation period. Click here to view all live applications. During their probation period, anyone can submit objections or messages in support of their application and will need to provide conclusive evidence that supports their objection along with verifiable identification.

The three membership levels are: associate – which does not require the applicant to own property or have previously invested in property but they need at least two years of relevant property education experience; member – at least two years of relevant property education experience and two years of property investment experience in the main education area they want to be accredited for; and fellow – at least seven years of relevant property education experience and more than 10 years of property investment experience in the main education area.

Launched last September, its founder members are John Howard, Mark Lloyd of Property Master Academy, Ranjan Bhattacharya of Succeed in Property and property consultant David Temple.

Click here to view fully accredited members of PEAS

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