The Executive Committee may grant Accreditation, on the recommendation of the Accreditation sub committee, to a member whose overall standard of screen editing is consistently high and who is a current Member of the Guild and has been a Full Member for a minimum of two years.
Applicants will have at least five years industry experience as an Editor and they will have demonstrated their ability to advocate the role of editors in the industry.
Full members who consider they fulfil these requirements should apply to the Accreditation sub committee through the national office of the guild by submitting a complete list of their credits as an editor, highlighting the titles they consider to be their best work. Provide three full examples of their work on DVD to assist in the selection process.
Applicants may be asked by the sub committee to submit further material if required.
Applicants should submit a short personal statement demonstrating their willingness and ability to advocate the role of editors in the industry and to advance the standards and recognition of the accreditation process.
Telephone contact details of two professional referees should be included with the application.
The fee for application is $25 to be paid at the time of application.
The deadline for application is 5.00pm, Friday 26th September 2008.
The Accreditation sub committee is defined in the ASE Articles of Association as consisting of 2 Accredited members for every 1 Full member.
Accreditation by the Guild is deemed an honour and the Accredited Editor shall have the right to use the letters ASE after his or her name.
Accredited Members will be presented with a certificate bearing their name and the date of their accreditation. The certificate shall always remain the property of the Guild.
In the event of a member failing to gain Accreditation, he/she may re-apply the following year.
The Executive Committee’s decision is final. No discussion or correspondence will be entered into.
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Articles of Association