FEL Re-Passes the Quality Licence Scheme

Fantastic news, Fashion-Enter Ltd’s educational division has passed its annual Quality Licence Scheme audit. This confirms that our courses, CPPD’s and teaching team are on the right track in providing a quality educational offer for the fashion and textiles sector.

The Quality Licence Scheme, part of the Skills and Education Group, recognises commitment to high-quality courses in the non-regulated market by evaluating quality processes and endorsing organisations. This demonstrates those, such as FEL, that offer learning opportunities, are committed to delivering a high quality of learning and learners are able to receive an endorsed Certificate of Achievement on completion of their course.

The latest report stated: ‘Once again, FEL continue to demonstrate an excellent approach to quality and the systems, policies and processes that support course delivery. All of which are being very well maintained and continuously improved.’

Head of Education at FEL / FTA Lan Leeder said: “As Head of Education I am really delighted that the team has been recognised for all their hard work. With all of our courses we have the same high industry standards that are embedded into our learning objectives.”

Head of Technical Development, Claire Solley comments: “Having this benchmark of excellence for the Quality Licence Scheme supports how successful our HMPS stitching and cutting courses are. For over six years we have been providing these innovative short courses and the feedback from the HMPS employees is outstanding. Every year we create new content to ensure that we are providing the very latest in industrial knowledge for our courses.” 

“The Factory Uncovered seminars for schools, colleges, industry and financial institutions are so well known and recognised and this Quality Licence Scheme supports how hard we try to ensure outstanding delivery to every group we teach. Congratulations to the teaching team on achieving this result.” Added FEL Director Caroline Ash.