Quality teaching, accreditations and OFSTED results
Eight in ten learners who come to PM Training progress into an apprenticeship or work, way above the county average of around five in ten – this is a figure we are extremely proud of and work hard to maintain through links with local businesses and learner development.
In our most recent OFSTED inspected, over 90% of the areas inspected were graded as outstanding or good.
Alongside OFSTED grading, staff at PM Training seek to adopt an open and accepting attitude towards all young people as part of our general responsibility for pastoral care. We hope that parents, guardians and young people will feel free to talk about any concerns or worries which may affect educational progress. Young people will be taken seriously if they seek help from a member of staff.
All staff undergo “Safeguarding Children” training and refresher training at a minimum of every 3 years. Designated persons attend relevant training every 2 years. Parents and guardians can feel confident that careful procedures are in place to ensure that all staff appointed are suitable to work with young people through the necessary reference and recruitment procedures, e.g. Discloure and Barring Service (previously CRB checks).
PM Training is recognised as an ‘Investor in Diversity’ and learners can expect equal treatment on their programme of learning, regardless of any difference.