The national learner satisfaction survey (NLSS) 2009 is a large tracking survey of learners aged 16 and over. It provides data on learners’ satisfaction with their learning experience over time, including detailed information on:
- initial choice and information
- support during learning
- benefits of participation
The reports available on this page include findings for:
- the survey overall
- further education learners and apprentices aged 16 to 19
- adult learners, including learners in further education, learner responsive courses, and personal and community development learning, and apprentices aged 19 and over
- learners undertaking apprenticeships
- further education learners
- further education learners who have self-declared themselves as having a learning difficulty and/or disability
- learners undertaking non-accredited personal and community development learning, or adult learning provisions
- learners taking part in skills for jobs programmes and employability skills programme learning
The technical report provides the survey’s technical details and core methodology.
The underlying data is available in a machine processable format on data.gov.uk.