The National Logistics Academy, which was launched in July 2016, is making “significant progress”, according to Ofsted.
The NLA sets out to provide training and apprenticeships to large, levy paying national logistics employers through a nationwide network of 25 specialist logistics training providers operating out of 50+ locations.
In July 2018 Ofsted conducted a monitoring visit after which the inspectors concluded that the academy is one of a minority of new providers that was making “significant progress” across all three of their inspection themes:
- How much progress have leaders made in ensuring that the provider is meeting all the requirements of successful apprenticeship provision? – significant progress.
- What progress have leaders and managers made in ensuring that apprentices benefit from high-quality training that leads to positive outcomes for apprentices? – significant progress.
- How much progress have leaders and managers made in ensuring that effective safeguarding arrangements are in place? – significant progress.