“Providing students with meaningful feedback can greatly enhance learning and improve student achievement.” – Marianne Stenger, Eutopia.
When used effectively, feedback is one of the best learning tools out there.
Effective feedback depends upon an open, constructive relationship between Trainer and Student. Our trainers understand this – that their role is to guide you through the unknown; to help you bridge the gap between where you are now and where you need to be to meet the requirements of your qualification. When you finish your course, you should feel confident that you have all that it takes to be competent in your job. Feedback allows the skills and knowledge you need to be refined, honed and up-to-date.
Your learning relies on a fluid, progressive conversation with your trainer. This is why our feedback is always prompt – to keep the dialogue going; to keep your learning moving forward.
My assignments were always marked very promptly with thoughtful and practical feedback provided. – Nicole.
If you have missed the mark, then through our feedback, we try to make clear 3 things:
- Where and why the mark was missed
- What to do differently next time
- What to do if you still don’t get it
Feedback also works the other way. If there is something you would like to let us know, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
Our job is to communicate effectively with you, in a way that works best for you – so, let us know what you would prefer. You like to talk? We’ll talk. You like to read? We’ll write. You want to see? We’ll show you.
I was impressed with the timely marking of my assessments and the constructive and very useful feedback provided. – William.
Feedback is important in the learning process, for both the Trainer and the Student.
For the Learner, it allows a better understanding of what they are doing right, and what they need to improve on.
For the Trainer, feedback from the Learner about how they learn best can be a very helpful tool and allow both the Trainer and Learner to work together more efficiently and effectively.