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Quality Improvement and Self-Assessment

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What are the characteristics of a robust self-assessment report? This document from LSC offers guidance on self-assessment and quality improvement

The document sets out guidance for providers about self-assessment and quality improvement. It explains how inspectorates and funding bodies will use self assessment reports. It also details the broad criteria against which self-assessment will be carried out, including its relationship with the LSC’s three-year development plans, the Jobcentre Plus contract award and the Common Inspection Framework (CIF).

To view the document ‘Quality improvement and self-assessment, Learning and Skills Council (LSC), 2005’  click here

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