Guidance

Inspecting community-based offender learning and employability skills

This publication was withdrawn on 21 August 2015

Ofsted no longer inspects community-based offender learning and employability skills provision.

Handbook on implementation of the Common Inspection Framework for inspecting all education and training within FE and skills sector.

Documents

Inspection handbook for inspection of offender learner and employability skills

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Inspection handbook for inspection of offender learner and employability skills

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Detail

The handbook is available to probation trusts and other organisations to ensure that they are well informsed about the process and procedures of inspection. Ofsted joins Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Probation on their inspection of offender management in local areas. Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Probation inspection arrangements are known as Offender Management Inspections 2 (OMI 2). The OMI 2 criteria and Ofsted’s Common Inspection Framework have been more closely aligned to ensure that the findings from inspection can effectively fulfil the individual findings of both inspectorates and enable the production of separate reports.