90% of new students and apprentices satisfied with College
The vast majority of new students and apprentices are satisfied with education and facilities at The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL).
Each year the College, which has centres in Tottenham and Enfield, undertakes an induction survey to help improve the experience of its learners.
The 2016/17 poll carried out in October found that overall 90% were satisfied with the College – up 2% on the previous year – with 97% confirming teaching on their course was good.
The survey follows the College being placed second in London in the FE Choices Learner Satisfaction Survey with a score of 87%, having been top in 2012/13 and 2013/14, and 93% in the Employer Satisfaction Survey, the best in London and among the top 20 nationally.
The College has continued to work with various organisations this year to invest significantly in its education and training provision.
This has included the launch of a new risual IT Academy and Martial Arts Academy, and the establishing of new partnerships with Siemens, Whittington Health and SoundSkool.
Learners were invited to say if they agreed or disagreed with 32 statements with the College seeing 19 scoring 90% or above.
The survey found 98% acknowledge that their teachers had helped them settle onto their course and 97% maintain they felt safe at the College.
The findings also revealed 96% felt welcome on their first day, knew who to ask for help if they had any problems and felt they had been treated with respect by staff.
Kurt Hintz, Vice Principal “Our induction survey reconfirms the high quality provision at CONEL and the excellent teaching available here, which has been established in external and independent student surveys as well as our own internal ones.”
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- Last Updated: 05 January 2017