A BARNSLEY beauty school is ‘delighted’ after being rated as ‘outstanding’ in its first Ofsted inspection.
The White Rose School Of Beauty And Complementary Therapies has been rated as overall ‘outstanding’ and ‘good’ in the apprenticeships category.
A summary of key findings in the report said: “The principal and her team have successfully implemented an ambitious strategic vision to provide outstanding training in beauty and complementary therapies that meets the needs of local and national industries. Learners and apprentices receive very effective careers advice and guidance that support them to progress to their next steps. As a result, a very high proportion of learners go on to get jobs, work for themselves or continue with their education.
“Well-qualified tutors have extensive industry experience. They benefit from regular and effective training to keep their vocational skills and knowledge relevant and up to date.”
Principal at White Rose Colleges, Karen Lee Cooke, said: “I am delighted that following our recent inspection by Ofsted, White Rose Beauty College has been graded as an ‘outstanding’ provider. This is a true testament to the incredible hard work and commitment of all our staff and the dedication and amazing achievements of our learners.
“I would like to thank them all from the bottom of my heart for working so hard to make us one of the best performing providers in the country.
“I would also like to take this opportunity to thank all our partners and employers we work with for their continued and invaluable support.”
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