AN INDEPENDENT learning provider has been rated “good” by Ofsted inspectors.
Creative Process Digital has been praised for the training it provides to apprentices.
The company, based at Telecom House in Preston Road, Brighton, offers adult learning and training programs at two further general education colleges.
Since May 2017 he has also been offering an apprenticeship offer as part of his own contract, which means that he qualifies for Ofsted inspections.
It received its first follow-up visit in June 2019 with 11 apprentices directly recruited on level 3 apprenticeships in digital marketing and junior content production.
Today he has grown up and at the time of the inspection 79 apprentices were in programs.
The inspection was carried out by Ann Monaghan, Senior Inspector, and her colleagues Emma Leavey and Andy Fitt
“Apprentices rightly value their training. They value the skills of their tutors and the up-to-date industry knowledge they acquire,” they said.
They praised the apprentices’ confidence, as well as their good manners and positive attitudes towards apprenticeship.
The report states: “Leaders have an ambitious vision and a clear strategy for the specialized apprenticeships they offer. They have an excellent knowledge of the skills needs of the region.
“They work closely with key strategic local partners and employers to plan highly relevant digital curriculum.”
Inspectors also praised the learning strategies, explanation of content, feedback on the work of apprentices, and advice and guidance provided.
Recommended areas for improvement included greater support for apprentices with educational needs.
Inspectors also believe leaders fail to ensure that all apprentices upgrade their skills to help them prepare for life in modern Britain.