Guidance

Employer satisfaction survey 2013 to 2014: national reporting

Provides an overview at national level of the findings from the FE choices employer satisfaction survey 2013 to 2014.

Documents

FE choices employer satisfaction national report 2013 to 2014

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Employer satisfaction survey 2013 to 2014 summary paper

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Report variables

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Detail

The purpose of FE choices is to provide consistent and comparable information for learners and employers to help them make informed choices about publicly funded education and training as well as providing consistent management information on key performance indicators.

FE choices comprises a set of performance indicators that cover aspects of a college or provider’s provision such as: success rates, learner destinations and satisfaction levels of learners and employers.

This page provides an overview, at national level, of the findings of the FE choices employer satisfaction survey 2013 to 2014. The survey asked employers to rate their providers on learning delivered in 2013 to 2014.