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High quality training praised by Ofsted in recent Babington inspection

Babington is delighted to confirm that following a recent inspection during February 2019 Ofsted have validated that we continue to provide a good standard of education and training for learners. 

The February 2019 Ofsted report states that Babington “have an effective focus on maintaining and improving the quality of teaching, learning and assessment” as well as demonstrating a “clear strategic direction to provide high quality training for apprentices and learners in the professional sectors”.

Ofsted also praised the development of our apprentices by confirming that:

“apprentices and learners develop the skills, knowledge and behaviours expected by employers. Senior leaders and managers have developed a strong learning culture across the organisation”

David Marsh, Chief Executive of Babington said:

“We are so thrilled to have received the assurances from Ofsted following our recent inspection. This is excellent news for Babington and is testament to the hard work that all of our staff, our learners and employers put in each day to ensure that we can provide the best opportunities possible for anyone that receives training or education from Babington.”

He added: “our focus on delivering programmes that are built around employer and learner needs are unparalleled in the sector and set us apart in the industries we work with – it really is great to have such a team of experts in the business who are so dedicated.”

Babington is an Ofsted rated good provider operating from 11 centres throughout England providing Apprenticeships, Traineeships, Adult Education and Commercial Training for businesses. 


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