The Adult Learning Inspectorate has awarded Lancashire Adult Learning a grade 1 outstanding for its approach to equality of opportunity and a grade 2 good for its approach to leadership and management. “The inspectors looked very closely at the entire service and rated most areas as good and not a single area as less than satisfactory. That is enormously pleasing to me as adult education has always been highly supported by Lancashire County Council,” said Richard Hooper, County Manager at Lancashire Adult Learning.
Students on Lancashire Adult Learning have described their time at the college in glowing terms. “I feel confident with teachers and volunteers. I read a lot more now, for pleasure and for information,” commented Brynn Pratt, a Skills for Life learner. The Adult Learning Inspectorate also awarded Lancashire Adult Learning good grades for courses in English, Languages and Communications, Business Administration, Management and Professional Studies and ICT, amongst others.
“We are really pleased to report that learners at Lancashire Adult Learning are benefiting from the organization’s high quality approach. When people improve their skills and achieve their qualifications, they benefit their organization, the communities and themselves,” added David Sherlock, Chief Inspector of Adult Learning.“ Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in