Ofsted brand 1,000 civil service apprenticeship programme with KPMG as ‘inadequate’

According to FE Week, KPMG Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) has now been banned from the apprenticeships market as a result of a damning grade four report published today.

A catalogues of issues, including unbiased careers advice and poor support for high needs learners with dyslexia, were found for 933 apprentices who all work in government departments such as the Cabinet Office and Treasury on programmes like the level 4 policy officer and level 4 cyber security technologist standards.

“Too few” of them “complete the programme, and many leave early”, inspectors said.

Ofsted found that trainers are “not sure how well apprentices are doing, when they are going to achieve their apprenticeship, and what they need to do to achieve it”.

Read full article here Ofsted brand 1,000 civil service apprenticeship programme with KPMG as ‘inadequate’

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