Re-accreditaton Options for All Candidates
Note: The new accreditation system will be available from the beginning of 2024. Anyone with accreditation due to expire in 2024 will be granted an extension to the end of 2024 while we transition over to the new system. An online form will become available to submit your accreditation evidence. Please keep relevant evidence of attendance at any CRM courses, symposiums, conferences etc. while we begin collating BHRS Point-approved events for 2020 and onwards.
The BHRS council has a formal commitment to maintaining our members’ skills and knowledge through accrediting processes and provision of high quality and relevant education.
Following accreditation, if you wish to remain accredited, you will need to re-accredit when your certification is about to expire to ensure maintenance of your CIED’s implant/follow up skills, background knowledge and/ or electrophysiology skills.
This page outlines the processes by which you can access re-accreditation for each of the accreditation processes that we offer. This process is voluntary, but without it, you would need to repeat the accreditation with exam process to gain new BHRS accreditation.
An online form is currently being developed and will be available by the 1st March. Please keep relevant evidence of any CRM/ Cardiology/ Heart Failure courses, symposiums, conferences etc. to submit via the online form.
Demonstrating skill maintenance: BHRS recognises that the number of CIEDs follow ups/implants and electrophysiology cases personally performed by an individual varies according to their seniority and their role in a department. We, therefore, accept evidence of professional activity in the three options below with minimum numbers within each option that applies.
IBHRE and EHRA accredited members can also accredit with BHRS using the below options
You must remain a BHRS member for the duration of your certified period (for any years missing a retrospective charge will be applied)