Kemble Training prides itself on delivering quality training that supports the sector we work within. We adhere to a number of quality processes to ensure training is meaningful, relevant and aligned to the sector. Below are some examples of how we monitor and manage quality.
Standardisation of training comes in various forms.
Adhoc - Before each course our trainers review current practice, standards and legislation.
Post Course - Feed back is gathered to evaluate, improve delivery and content.
Each course is reviewed regularly on an annual cycle.
Trainer complete monthly CPD logs to monitor knowledge obtained.
Training - Trainers attend offsite training to up skill knowledge and learn new delivery techniques.
Workshops - workshops are attended to gain further knowledge.
Research - Trainers constantly review current guidelines and legislation to ensure they have up-to-date knowledge.
Observation of Teaching and Learning
All trainers are regularly observed whilst delivering, constructive feedback is given on planning, delivery and assessment. This forms the basis of what development is needed for each trainers CPD.
Internal Quality Assurance (IQA)
All accredited courses follow an IQA process, all qualifications are marked to a set group of standards, this is then sampled by our IQA. Feedback is given to improve delivery and learner engagement.
External Quality Assurance (EQA)
IQA's and Assessors/Trainers are externally quality assured to ensure they meet awarding body standards.
We are members of a number of local and national groups to ensure we keep up to date with any changes within the training and Health and Social Care sector. These include:
Policies and Procedures
All delivery of training is underpinned by our policies and procedures which are annually reviewed.
For further information on our quality processes or how we manage quality please give us a call on 01432 382018