Achieving Excellence

Awards that speak for themselves

At North Shropshire College, we set ourselves high standards and work hard to achieve them. We cherish our close links with the community we serve and are ideally placed to help you achieve your aims in life, or to offer guidance if you are uncertain. The College aims for excellence, both academically and in the quality of the services we offer.

But don't take our word for it... these awards speak for themselves:

Investor in People

This coveted award recognises the College's firm commitment to the development of its staff; helping them to support our objectives by offering an on-going programme of training.

Investor in Careers

This certifies that North Shropshire College has achieved the most exacting standards of excellence in careers education and demonstrates our high standard of careers advice and guidance.

Matrix Quality Standard

This standard demonstrates our commitment to, and delivery of, high quality information, advice and guidance.

Positive about Disabled People

North Shropshire College is committed to a policy of giving equal job opportunities to disabled people, and consulting with them over their development. The Employment Service has recognised our determination with the presentation of this award.

Student Survey Results

Every year the College conducts a comprehensive survey of student satisfaction to help us measure how we are doing and to identify areas for improvement.

I am treated with respect93%
I am happy with my course98%
The teaching on my course/subject is good94%
My course is helping my skills to get better100%
I would recommend my course/subject to a friend95%
I can get on with my teacher100%
The College is a safe place to learn95%
Overall I am satisfied with the College99%

(Figures show percentage of students agreeing with this statement - sample of 1,652 students).

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