Research and analysis

Improving overall and timely success rates: Asset Training

Ofsted good practice example showing how Asset Training and Consultancy Limited improves overall and timely success rates.

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Asset Training - good practice example.doc

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Details

Focusing on processes that have an impact on learners, Asset Training has revisited their approach to secure improvements in the effectiveness of initial assessment, progress reviews, support, and employer liaison.

Published 3 March 2011