Learning provider becomes first in Wirral rated good in all areas under new Ofsted framework

WIRRAL based JM Recruitment, Education and Training (JMRET) has become the first learning provider in the borough to be rated as ‘Good’ in all areas under new Ofsted framework.

Based at Gibraltar House in Wallasey, the independent learning provider was inspected by Ofsted from September 17 to 20, 2019.

JMRET offer courses such as: Leadership & Management; Team Leading; Business Administration; Customer Services; IT; Teaching Assistant & Child Care; Sports Coaching and Football Scholarships.

Inspectors noted how adult learners and apprentices ‘benefit from high levels of support’ and that they ‘strive to achieve to the best of their ability.’

Praised for being ‘well led and managed’, Ofsted added that JMRET governors ‘support and challenge’ leaders to ‘maintain and improve’ the quality of education.

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Ofsted also stated that most learners gain secure employment when they complete their training with JMRET.

Students were praised for taking pride in helping their community with many volunteering at charity events and a special mention was given to staff who extend their students understanding of social responsibility.

Founder of JMRET John Moulton told the Globe: “JM now work with over 300 schools and 150 businesses – since being established in 2004 we’ve increased opportunities, transformed futures and improved the lives of thousands of local young people.

“To be the first Wirral provider to be graded as GOOD in all areas under the new Ofsted framework is great recognition of the hard work and dedication of our team.”