A series of surveys and success rates have been released, which demonstrates excellent performance across all aspects of Prevista’s skills provision.
Skills Funding Agency (SFA) Employer Survey 2014/15
75% of employers would recommend Prevista’s training to another employer seeking similar training. We achieved the same score for the professionalism of our staff delivering training and /or assessment.
Prevista’s Managing Director James Clements Smith said:
“This is excellent news and is an increase year on year from our previous years’ scores from the SFA. These are independent surveys which makes the results even more satisfying. The employer survey for 15/16 is now under way and we want to do better than 75% – 85% is certainly achievable”.
SFA Learner Survey 2014/15
These have been released in a provisional format with a huge 97% stating they are likely to recommend Prevista to their friends and family and 91% stating they are satisfied with the support and training received.
James said: “this is another excellent independent validation of how individuals view our interaction with them”.
Success Rates for SFA provision
The SFA has released our success rates which and show that overall we are at 79.6% which is considerably above the national average of 71.7%. Our timely success rates are 69.1%, which is also above the national average of 58.9%.
Karly Lattimore, Prevista’s Quality Manager said: “this is an excellent result which we will no doubt build upon over the coming year as we seek to constantly improve our outcomes and success rates”.
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