Truro and Penwith College has been recognised for its excellent delivery of teaching and learning to the health sector by Skills for Health.
The Quality Mark is awarded by the National Skills Academy for Health. Skills for Health with the Sector Skills Council for the whole UK health sector is licensed by Government to improve healthcare, raise quality and improve productivity and financial performance.
Truro and Penwith College works in Partnership with the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to deliver training to meet the Economic Development Strategy for Cornwall health and care priorities.
The Quality Mark Assessment Report stated that “the college training team delivers teaching and learning to a high standard and are passionate about what they do and all team members strive to ensure that the learner experience is of good quality, fit for purpose and enjoyable. They work with a professional approach and engage with their students on a variety of levels”.
Head of Truro and Penwith College Business, Tamsyn Harris, commented: “The College is delighted to receive this endorsement of our work.”