Research and analysis
National learner satisfaction survey: adults in further education, apprenticeships, learner responsive or non-accredited learning
BIS research paper number 17.
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This report presents the main findings for further education (FE), other learner responsive (LR), personal and community development learners (PCDL) and apprentices aged 19 and over (described as adult learners for the purposes of this report), who took part in the national learner satisfaction survey (NLSS) 2009. It covers satisfaction with learning experience and advocacy, satisfaction with teaching and the provider, needs and expectations, information, advice and support, and early leavers. The underlying data for this publication is also available in a machine processable format on data.gov.uk.