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East Midlands based Training Provider; CT Skills has successfully been re-accredited the matrix Standard in recognition of the hard work and dedication their employees continuously put in to making learners, employers and partners feel valued and informed.
The matrix assessment took place across three days with visits at the company’s Head Office based in Nottingham along with a visit to their additional centre’s in Nottingham City Centre, Derby and Mansfield.
In total the visit concluded with 22 staff members individually interviewed, 12 telephone interviews with work-based learners and 12 face-to-face interviews with classroom based learners, as well as general reviews of the CT Skills website, social media accounts and performance monitoring data.
The re-accreditation highlighted CT Skills mission to encourage learners at each stage of their journey with a main focus on providing learners with advice and guidance right from enrolment to post-completion.
The report also emphasised a range of qualifications available internally to all CT Skills employees, with a current employee who was interviewed commenting; “Thanks to effective training and a clear commitment to all CT Skills employees, I started as an apprentice, went into a permanent administration role and recently progressed further to become an enrolment officer.”
CT Skills Chief Executive Office, Alex Ford said of the company’s success; “It is an excellent accomplishment for CT Skills to be re-accredited the matrix Standard. The report was very impressive and I am thrilled to see our commitment to both learners and staff has such a positive impact.
Our community is at the heart of everything we do and a number of strengths were recognised throughout the report to reinforce this. We have robust plans in place to develop further as a company and strive to become an Outstanding training provider.”