Our Feedback and Reports

Both learners and employers regularly give positive feedback. In 2020-21, 99.6% of learners would recommend ATL to others.

ATL learners recognise how our training develops employability skills. 99% feel their job skills have been improved by their training and experience at ATL. Learners enjoy training here, with 98.7% appreciating the way targets for progress and achievement are set and the support they receive throughout their training.

98% of learners give high praise to ATL’s support, advice and guidance services, recognising a growth in their self-confidence and understanding of their rights and responsibilities.

This has been validated year-on-year since February 2013, when ATL gained full accreditation in the MATRIX standard, a national benchmark which recognises that our pastoral care and careers guidance have a positive impact on learners’ ambitions, achievement and progression. The Quality Team update and renew this standard through an annual continuous improvement cycle and a full re-accreditation assessment every three years.

ATL also works closely with JobCentre Plus and holds the ‘Disability Confident’ standard. In 2020-21, over 44% of our learners declared a learning difficulty or disability and 83.3% of these learners were successfully supported to achieve their qualifications.

Latest updates 

Ofsted Reports

Ofsted Report 2020

Ofsted Report 2016

Ofsted Report 2011