ECHA members have completed the internationally recognised training of the European Council for High Ability (ECHA). Our prospective members are still in training for this.
The expertise available to ECHA specialists is very diverse. In the member register you can quickly see what expertise our members have, where they work and what their offer is.
The training to become an ECHA specialist for people who (want to) work in the education or care of (highly) gifted children, young people and adults and/or the guidance of parents and teachers of (highly) gifted children and young people is provided in the Netherlands by the Radboud University in Nijmegen.
Read more about how you can sign up and register as a specialist with the Association of ECHA Specialists in Gifted Education.