PEG Accredited Text Editors (ATEs) are PEG members who have passed PEG’s accreditation test with a mark of 80% or higher. These members have proven their efficiency and skill in applying the rules of English grammar and text editing to written texts. PEG ATEs are required to maintain their standard of skill by committing to a minimum number of hours of continuing professional training and development (CPD). PEG ATEs are therefore language editors who have demonstrated skill in their various fields and who continue to show commitment to their profession and the delivery of professional services. (Find out more about PEG’s Accreditation Scheme here and about all PEG’S member types here.)