Bath College has been ranked 6th in the country out of 172 Further Education colleges, based on employer satisfaction, student satisfaction and progression.
The NICDEX criteria; employer satisfaction, learner satisfaction, 16 to 18 positive progression and adult progression into work, is based on performance measures published by the Department for Education.
Bath College is ranked 6th in the country overall, beating the two previous years’ rankings of 17th and 16th.
52% of Bath College’s adult learners on benefits progressed into work, while 80% of 16 to 18-year-old learners went onto positive progression, whether this be employment or Higher Education.
Employer satisfaction with the College is at 86.6% while learner satisfaction is at 82.7%.
The annual college league table, now in its fourth year, was created by FE Week editor Nick Linford.
“The NICDEX was an enjoyable intellectual challenge to create an annual performance table with an overall score, from a mix of key measures,” said Linford.
“Most importantly, NICDEX is transparent. The four measures that make up the NICDEX are published by the DfE.”
Laurel Penrose, Principal and CEO of Bath College is delighted with the ranking. She said: “We’re really proud to be listed as sixth in the country. This is a brilliant reflection of the passion, commitment and hard work of Bath College staff.
“It is great to see that our learners have a positive experience with us and that we aid them to reach their full potential after they leave College.”
You can read the full report here.