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Industry news: Apprenticeships

Ofsted chief inspector: "Apprenticeship quality not improving"

28 March 2019   (0 Comments)
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Amanda Spielman delivered a keynote speech on day one of FE Week’s Annual Apprenticeship Conference and discussed the apprenticeship landscape, including challenges that providers face.

She said last year Ofsted inspected the apprenticeship provision at just over 100 providers, of which nearly 60 per cent of those were ‘good’ or better.

So, while the picture "isn’t getting worse, I think that you would all agree that there is still work to do", Spielman said.

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