Tungsten Training Centre earns a ‘Good’ Ofsted report

Brighton’s Tungsten Training Centre says that its recent ‘Good’ Ofsted report goes beyond institutional acclaim; it reflects a deep commitment to fostering excellence and student success in vocational education across three apprenticeship standards: Installation and Maintenace Electrician, Plumbing and Heating and Gas Engineering.

 At Tungsten, according to Ofsted, the care of its apprentices is paramount, and its progression within the chosen sector has incurred “an industrious attitude to learning”.

Ofsted says that Tungsten has successfully built “an ambitious curriculum” surrounding education quality, student behaviour, personal development, leadership and management.

“Employers value the interactions with the provider,” says the report, conveying the institution’s commitment to continuous communication and improvement. The quality of learning experiences is actively enhanced by the support and knowledge provided by tutors who strive to “adapt learning to meet individual needs…to overcome barriers and challenges.”

”What sets Tungsten Training Centre apart is its industry-focused training approach, prioritisation of holistic student development, and strong partnerships with local employers,” says Managing Director, Dayna Barlow.

“The centre prepares learners for successful careers through apprenticeships in highly regulated sectors like installation and maintenance electricians, plumbing and heating technicians and gas engineering operations.”

According to Tungsten Training Centre, the apprenticeships it offers are bespoke and provide learners with opportunities that can escalate their careers within the construction industry. Whether apprentices are learning the skills for the electrical, plumbing or gas engineering provision, apprentices are taught how to apply their knowledge and skills appropriately within the workplace.

For example, “Apprentices studying electrical installations learn the fundamental principles of working safely and the use of hand tools to wire basic circuits before completing more challenging tasks such as fault finding and testing and inspecting their work prior to making it live. Apprentices develop the specialist skills required within the building services sectors,” says Ofsted.

“Receiving a ‘Good’ rating from Ofsted underscores our commitment to excellence and student success,” says Dayna.

“We are dedicated to providing high-quality vocational education and preparing our learners for rewarding careers in the building services sector.”

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