East Riding College formally admitted into the Chartered Institution for Further Education
8th March 2018 12:00pm - Return to press releases
The Chartered Institution for Further Education gathered at Apothecaries’ Hall in London on March 8th for their second ceremony. In attendance was the Rt Hon John Hayes CBE MP who was welcomed as an Honorary Fellow of the Chartered Institution for Further Education in 2017. Other attendees included David Sherlock CBE and Sir Geoff Hall who were welcomed as Honorary Fellows this year, and Andrew Wren and Crawford Knott who were also welcomed as Fellows of the Institution.
The purpose of the ceremony was to formally welcome the College as one of eight new members to the Institution along with Burton and South Derbyshire College; Dudley College of Technology; Mantra Learning; Skills Group; Steadfast Training; Trafford College and WMC - The Camden College.
The Institution for Further Education was granted Chartered status in October 2015 and it opened its doors to members in November 2015. The Chartered Institution is devoted to developing the potential, reputation and standing of the further education sector. Its mission is to bring together the best training providers across the sector and collectively to promote, recognise and celebrate their professionalism and success.
Colleges and training providers with an overall Grade 1 or 2 in their most recent Ofsted inspection and in receipt of public funding from the Skills Funding Agency are eligible to join the Institution and acceptance into the Institution demonstrates that they meet the Institution’s high quality standards.