Research and analysis

Quality improvement in work-based learning

Ofsted good practice example showing how Somerset College has transformed work-based learning.

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Documents

Somerset College - Good practice example.doc

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Details

This example explains how, in a four-year period, Somerset College transformed work-based learning that was judged inadequate overall, with success rates 30% below national averages, to provision graded outstanding with rates above national averages. This example focuses on what they do now to perform so well.

Published 28 October 2011