College Celebrates Excellence Accolade for Working with Employers
F ollowing successful accreditation of the Training Quality Standard (an excellence standard for delivering responsive training solutions to employer, Northbrook College held a celebratory reception for staff, governors, partners and clients on 16th December, providing the opportunity to officially present the recently received plaque and certificate.
Partners Les Webb from Campus Training and Clare Mangan representing Adur & Worthing Borough Council presented the award and congratulated the College on its outstanding work with local employers and the high reputation developed.
Sue Dare, College Principal, explained how difficult the standard was to achieve, but, due to the strong employer relationships in place, the College was in a position to successfully go forward with its application. Jane Claxton, Chair of the Corporate Governing Body, congratulated the College on its success and was delighted to receive the award on behalf of the College.
To find out more about the work Northbrook undertakes with employers, either visit the College’s website at www.northbrook.ac.uk/businesssolutions or call in to the Business Development Centre for Adult and Employer Skills situated in Liverpool Gardens, Worthing.
Above: Jane Claxton, Chair of Governors and Sue Dare, Principal of Northbrook College
More information about TQS can be found at www.trainingqualitystandard.co.uk