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FE Choices Learner Satisfaction Survey 2018 – 2019

The 2018 to 2019 FE Choices Learner Satisfaction Survey from the Department for Education was published earlier last month. You can find the survey on the DfE’s website.

The survey captures learners’ experiences of their colleges or training organisations and consisted of 345,174 respondents across 1,129 providers.

Key findings showed:

  • Overall satisfaction with FE providers increased from 86.2% to 86.5%

  • 78.1% of learners would recommend a general FE or tertiary course

  • 82% of all learners would recommend their training provider or college to friends and family

Former Apprenticeships and Skills Minister Anne Milton said of the survey:

“It’s great to see that 82% of all learners would recommend their training provider to friends or family.”

“Further education providers play a vital role making sure people of all ages and backgrounds can gain the skills they need to go on to have successful careers.”

“We will continue to work with providers to make sure more people receive the best education and training possible and standards remain high.”

 

By | 2019-08-06T11:16:30+00:00 August 1st, 2019|News UK, Politics|Comments Off on FE Choices Learner Satisfaction Survey 2018 – 2019