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A perfect 10 for Hair & Barbering School

VTCT Centre Michaeljohn Training School, Manchester, is delighted and proud to announce a perfect learner score for the FE Choices learner survey for the 16/17 contract year.

Private training providers have maintained their near 10-point lead over colleges in the government’s annual learner satisfaction survey, which was published this week.

The Department for Education released the results of its annual survey, which had 364,589 respondents, representing 18.2 per cent of all learners, on June 13.

Private providers scored 90 out of 100 for their overall satisfaction rating from students compared with 80.9 for general FE colleges.

This is nearly the same result as last year’s, but this time colleges’ scores shifted upwards by an average of 0.5 points, while private providers went up by 0.4.

Overall learners’ satisfaction increased by just over one per cent from a score of 86.6 to 88.

Three providers received a perfect score of 100, all of which were private training providers:

  • MichaelJohn Training School
  • Beckett Corporation Limited
  • Anderson Stockley Accredited Training Ltd

MJTS’s Managing Director Lesley McCormack congratulated staff and stakeholders, saying: “This outstanding achievement confirms our status as being the top rated apprenticeship training provider for hairdressing and barbering in the country, as voted for by learners, and supporting and acknowledging the importance of the government’s annual survey in impact assessing the quality of the learner journey across all training programmes.

“Michaeljohn Training School would like to thank employers and working partners for their support in staff training and development, which has helped to enrich curriculum and support company strategies and milestones.”

See the VTCT qualifications offered by MichaelJohn Training School here

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