Guidance

Being inspected: guidance for further education and skills providers

This document tells further education and skills providers about the information Ofsted inspectors require for an inspection.

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This document has been archived. Please refer to the [Further education and skills inspection handbook from September 2015[(/government/admin/publications/537338).

Documents

What the provider needs to prepare for inspection

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What the provider needs to prepare for inspection

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Details

This document is sent to the provider immediately after the initial inspection notification.

The provider will need to return it to the lead inspector before the inspection, for the subject areas to be inspected.

Some or all of the information may apply depending on the provision.

Published 25 April 2014
Last updated 29 January 2015 + show all updates
  1. Updated to refer to leavers rather than starters and to clarify where providers should use overall success rates rather than timely success rates.
  2. Updated to reflect changes to the qualification success rate (QSR) reports
  3. First published.