Quality Assurance Policy

Introduction

Fuel Learning wants to ensure that participants in our programmes consistently experience quality of delivery across all aspects of our provision. We have a cycle of continuous improvement to enable the ongoing raising of standards. Self assessment is at the heart of this process.

Continuous improvement is central to Fuel Learning’s daily activities. The aim is to achieve quality improvements that are focused on our participants which result in positive impact on the learner experience:

The quality of teaching, learning and assessment
The learning environment, including resources
Fuel Learning’s services and operations

Fuel’s organisational structure fosters a collaborative approach to achieving the business aims and enables every team member to be accountable for their
decisions. This inspires all team members to affect, implement and lead the business strategy with purpose. There are direct links made to our vision and our quality improvement plan and all individuals understand the role they play in achieving our vision.

Quality Assurance Team 

The Quality Assurance team, consisting of Delivery Director, Apprenticeship Manager, Head of Quality, Head of Functional Skills and Programme Leads, are responsible for evaluating the quality of training and outcomes.

The Quality Assurance team are responsible for gathering feedback and finalising our Self-Assessment Report (SAR), clearly identifying Fuel Learning’s strengths and development ar