Intraining, part of national training and college group NCG, has had the high quality of their work with companies and apprentices praised in a newly published Ofsted report.
The leading national training provider’s traineeship and apprenticeship provision in England was inspected in May and achieved ‘good’ status in all areas.
Inspectors looked at the quality of teaching, learning and outcomes for learners at Intraining, which is a wholly owned subsidiary within NCG; one of the UK’s leading education and training providers.
The week long inspection involved individual and group interviews and telephone calls with Intraining colleagues, learners, subcontractors and employer partners across the country.
“The latest Ofsted report is clear external recognition of the significant investment that colleagues in Intraining make each and every day to ensure that learners are safe, supported and are given the chance to fully unlock their potential by developing their skills; achieving their qualifications and positively progressing in their lives and careers,” said Linda Dean, Managing Director of Intraining.
“It is also fantastic to note that Intraining’s strong work with employers and partners has also been clearly recognised.”
“NCG’s purpose is to give every learner the chance to unlock their potential through learning; this involves supporting a hugely diverse range of learners across a national footprint. The recent Ofsted report highlights Intraining is successfully and consistently achieving this aim and making a positive difference to people’s lives across the UK,” said Joe Docherty, Chief Executive of NCG.