Ofsted Good Provider
Rated as an Ofsted Good Provider at our last inspection in 2019
Mode was rated as a good provider at our last inspection.
“MTL leaders set high expectations and have a clear vision for the development of the company. They succeed in meeting their aim to be a high-quality, inclusive provider of courses for vulnerable young people and adults. Consequently, the provision meets the needs of Liverpool City Region’s economy and its community. For example, they work very effectively with two local schools to design and deliver a hairdressing programme for young people aged 14 to 16.” – Ofsted June 2019
Ofsted standards in education
Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. Inspecting services providing education and skills for learners of all ages.
Mode are inspected for the delivery of:
During the visit inspectors:
- Interview staff and stakeholders
- Interview learners
- Visit employers
- Observe sessions
- Review learners portfolios
Key Judgements will be made by the Ofsted team of inspectors, using the Education Inspection Framework
Inspectors will use all the available evidence to evaluate what it is like to be a learner in the provision. In making the judgements about a provider’s overall effectiveness, inspectors will consider whether the standard of education, training or care is good or outstanding. If it is not at least good, inspectors will consider whether it requires improvement or is inadequate.
Inspectors will also make graded judgements on the following areas using the 4-point scale:
- quality of education
- behaviour and attitudes
- personal development
- leadership and management
Judgements on the effectiveness of:
are also made and included in the published report.
You can find our previous Ofsted reports here