Remit Training, the apprenticeship provider part owned by the Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMI), has received an overall 'grade 2 - good' rating following an inspection by education standards body Ofsted.
The operation received 'grade 1 - outstanding' in leadership and management, and 'grade 2 - good' for the remaining categories of outcomes for learners, quality of teaching and learning and assessment.
Alec Murray, RMI chairman, said: “Over the last 12 months, we have seen a significant development from Remit who now supports over 3,000 apprentices typically aged between 16 and 18 years old with their career development.
"This latest achievement marks the start of an encouraging year ahead for both the training provider and prospective apprentices.”
Remit managing director Sue Pittock said: "These judgments represent the best Ofsted report in Remit’s history and we are all very proud of the result and team effort demonstrated during the inspection.”
Remit, a joint venture subsidiary of the RMI, provides government funded apprenticeships in workforce development training within the automotive sector, and has suitably developed an enhanced apprenticeship model which is designed to save employers time and money when recruiting an apprentice.