Decision

End of FE Commissioner intervention: Canterbury College

Canterbury College removed from FE Commissioner intervention.

Documents

Letter to Canterbury College ending FE Commissioner intervention

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Letter to Canterbury College regarding FE Commissioner intervention

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FE Commissioner report about Canterbury College

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Details

Canterbury College is removed from FE Commissioner intervention after a visit from the FE Commissioner team in January 2017.

See also:

  • summary of the former Further Education (FE) Commissioner Sir David Collins’ findings and recommendations following his intervention visit to Canterbury College
  • former Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Robert Halfon’s letter to the chair of Canterbury College setting out the outcome of the intervention assessment and confirming the next steps to be taken

These reports are produced in line with our commitments in ‘Intervention in further education – the strengthened intervention process’.

Published 19 April 2017