How satisfied are you with the benefits your organisation gained from the assessment?
How satisfied are you with the benefits your information, advice & guidance service gained from the assessment?
What would you highlight as the best aspect of your assessment?
Finally, do you believe your assessment and the feedback you received provided was value for money?
How satisfied are you with your Assessor's rapport with people during interviews and throughout the assessment?
If you viewed the matrixstandard.com website prior to booking your assessment, how satisfied are you with the information provided on the site?
MK Dons Sports & Education Trust (SET)
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King John School
Paul Barry, Assistant Head of King John School – a Mathematics and Computing Specialist College, highlights the benefits of the matrix Standard and how it has helped the school with the preparation for their Ofsted Inspection.
Steve Swan, Business Director of Tomorrow’s People share his thoughts on the matrix Standard and the accreditation process.
Tomorrows People vision is to break the cycle of unemployment and dependency in deprived communities throughout the UK. They transform lives by ‘re-skilling’ long-term unemployed people so that they can find and keep a job.
Angela Anderson, Managing Director of Rising Star (Zenith People) describes her expectations of the matrix assessment, benefits and their next steps.
Rising Star, sister brand of Zenith People, is a recruitment business totally focussed on helping young people find employment. Whatever your career aspirations and whatever your starting point, we’ll help you map out the steps you need to take to achieve your employment goals.
Cambridgeshire County Council
Lynsi Howard-Smith, Head of Service for Adult & Learning Skills at Cambridgeshire County Council explain their journey to matrix accreditation.