Initial and Diagnostic Assessment: effective approaches for adult and community learning.
South Tyneside Council, Community First North East and AutismAble
Evidence of improvement in learners’ achievements, retention and progression.
556 learners were directly involved and have benefitted from the project through the three project partners, with over 5000 more learners, from across South Tyneside Council commissioned partners, potentially benefitting from changes to assessment processes.
Improvements include; one provider introducing Growth Mindset training to the curriculum and another evening and daytime drop-in sessions to ensure that adult learners can be assessed fully and sensitively in accordance with their revised procedures. Both of these changes are directly benefitting learners.