Excellent feedback from end of term apprenticeship survey

Warrington & Vale Royal College are delighted to have received fantastic feedback from their latest Apprenticeships On Programme/Exit Survey (May 2021). A total of 309 students shared their views on various aspects of their apprenticeship programme. Take a look at some of the key results:

  • 96% believe that the classroom teaching on their apprenticeship is good
  • 93% feel they are making good progress on all aspects of their apprenticeship
  • 94% agree that their apprenticeship is linked to the things they do at work
  • 96% feel they are able to develop new skills in the workplace
  • 96% say they are achieving what they set out to do
  • 93% would recommend their apprenticeship to a friend
  • 97% describe the college as a safe place to learn
  • 95% agree they are encouraged to think about their future career
  • 93% feel that taking part in their apprenticeship has improved their self-confidence
  • 93% believe their college work is linked to their workplace
  • 96% know what they are doing well and what they need to do to improve

These overwhelmingly positive results demonstrate the college’s commitment to delivering high-quality, relevant training and preparing apprentices for a successful career in their chosen sector. Despite the unusual circumstances of the past year, college staff have continued to provide excellent teaching and support to their apprentices, ensuring they have every opportunity to thrive and succeed.