Complaints and Compliment policy

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To provide opportunities for all our learners to thrive and achieve in life and work.


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  • We will always have high expectations
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Complaints & Compliments Policy and Procedure

Have your say…


We want the services we provide to be the best possible and that is why your feedback is important to us.

You may feel unhappy with the service you receive or may want to make a suggestion that helps us improve.

We also hope that there are times when we do something well.


What is a complaint?


If you are dissatisfied with the way you have been treated then talk to our staff. If you are still not satisfied, you are encouraged to let us know through our complaints process. We can learn valuable lessons from complaints – your complaint may well improve things for everyone.


What is a compliment?


We would like to know when you have been impressed or pleased with our service. We can use these examples to share best practice. In addition, compliments can help boost morale.


What is the procedure for complaints?


Stage 1 – Informal

It may be clear to you that your complaint could be dealt with on the spot by an obvious person – in which case by all means seek immediate help. You can do so locally with your tutor/IV or centre manager.  If you are satisfied with the outcome then we hope that there is no need for any further action.

Stage 2 – Formal

In cases where an immediate course of action is not apparent, or if you are not satisfied with the outcomes of your initial complaint, then please complete a complaint form. These forms are available from office.


What will happen in response to your complaints?


You will receive an acknowledgement from the Company within three working days of receipt of your complaint.

Your complaint will be fully and fairly investigated and if this takes longer than two weeks you will be informed of progress. In the majority of cases you will have received notification of the outcome of the investigation and resulting action or proposed remedy within two weeks of receipt of your complaint.


What to do if you are not satisfied with the outcome?


When you receive notification of the outcome, the letter will include a Response Form that will allow you to state whether or not you are satisfied with the outcome. The IQA will respond directly to you if you are not satisfied.


What if you want your complaint kept confidential?


Your wishes in this regard will be respected and only those directly involved would normally be aware of the details of your complaint.

You will not be treated adversely because you have complained – on the contrary, your complaint will be dealt with positively and with respect.


Will any record of the complaint be kept or given to anyone else?


The details of your complaints will only be known to those directly involved but all complaints are logged and the information is provided to relevant key managers in order to improve our performance on a continuing basis.

Can you obtain help in making your complaint?


Yes – All staff and tutors will be pleased to offer whatever assistance you may need.

We hope that this will make it easy for you to complain, if you need to, and that you will feel confident that your complaint will be dealt with promptly and fairly.


What else do you need to know?


Regrettably                the       Company       is       not       able        to      investigate             anonymous complaints.

A member of the general public may make a complaint.

Prospective students wishing to appeal about an application decision should use the Company’s Admission Policy.


Complaints & Compliments Please write to:


221 Aldborough Road South, Seven Kings, IG3 8HZ .

For any enquiries regarding partnerships or to learn more about what we do, contact us using the form below, or just give us a call 0n 02081506866 / 07460 296 813. We would be happy to hear from you.


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