FAQs & Support

Here you will find some useful information on Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and our Support Form for any general enquiries you may need answering.


We’ve provided a list of the most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) we have received over the last few years to assist you:

What is Association of Healthcare Trainers (AoHT) Membership?

By joining the Association of Healthcare Trainers, trainers, training providers, care providers, charitable trusts and professional bodies will be able to demonstrate to existing and potential customers, staff members, regulating and inspecting bodies that the way they operate and conduct themselves with regard to training within the healthcare sector is in line with a code of ethics.

Is AoHT membership FREE?


What do I get from my membership?

AoHT members receive an email with a downloadable Membership Pack containing a Certificate of Registration, AoHT Member Logo, AoHT Code of Ethics plus a listing on the AoHT members directory and email Noticeboards.

How long does it take to receive my Membership Pack?

AoHT membership is processed within 10 working days of registration.

Can you validate training certificates?

No, we do not provide, accredit or approve any training being delivered.

How do I join?

Providing you have read and agree to abide by the AoHT Code of Ethics & Conditions of Membership you can join by clicking the link and follow the instructions: aoht.co.uk/join

What is the difference between membership types?

Individual Trainer is for those trainers who are either freelance trainers, team members or employees of a company / organisation.

Training Provider is for those companies / organisations who provide a training service.

Care Provider is for those companies / organisations who provide a care service.

Charitable Trust is for those organisations who have a registered charity / trust status.

Professional Body is for those organisations who provide Continuing Professional Development (CPD) through learning opportunities.

How long does membership last?

Membership is valid until terminated by either party.

What are the AoHT Code of Ethics?

You can view these by clicking the link: AoHT Code of Ethics

How can I use the AoHT Member logo?

AoHT members are permitted to use the AoHT member logo on their website, stationery, promotional materials, email signatures, social media platforms etc.

How can I find a AoHT member?

The AoHT members directory is used as the primary source to identify who has registered to abide by the AoHT Code of Ethics which can be viewed by clicking the the link: Find a Member

How do I contact a AoHT member?

As a Data Protection Registered Company we cannot provide third parties with personal contact information with regard to our members. You can request our support team to get in contact with a member of your behalf, providing you give authority to do so.

Are you data protected?

We are a Data Protection Registered Company with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) Registration No. ZA186080.

Do you provide and accredited training?

No, we do not provide, accredit or approve any training being delivered, we only provide a Code of Ethics to abide by.

How do I become a Registered Trainer?

If you are looking to become a registered trainer you may wish to contact Trainer Courses Ltd www.trainercourses.com who provide accredited train the trainer courses and have developed a Virtual Registered Trainer Solution.

Can I advertise with you?

Yes, you can advertise for FREE on The HUB by clicking the link: aoht.co.uk/hub


The AoHT provides a Code of Ethics for Healthcare Trainers and all our members have a responsibility to ensure they remain competent, compliant and act ethically. Most trainers who have PTLLS, AET or a Cert Ed, etc. are fully aware that they are still required to maintain their subject specific competence to enable them to teach individual subjects.

The Association of Healthcare Trainers does not provide, accredit or approve any training being delivered.

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