Students' Voice at TCAT

At TCAT we believe that it is very important that our students contribute their views to the college. We do this through learner voice activity, giving you the opportunity to identify what you think  is outstanding about the college and also those areas which you think we can improve on.  You  have 7 ways to have your  say:

Students' Council 

TCAT works with the Students' Council, as our main method of communicating with students.

Meet the Executive Leadership team 

The Students’ Council has the chance to put questions to the college’s Executive Team once a term.

Class Reps

Each student group has a Class Rep, who can pass on your views to Heads of Schools.

Meet your head

You  will have the opportunity to meet you Head of School 3 times a year.

Tutorials

You can speak with your tutors and enrichment coordinators at any time about any concerns you have.

Student surveys

You can participate in on-line questionnaires about your experience at the college.

Suggestion boxes

You can post comments into the comments box which is located at Reception.  

 

 Our students have said in induction survey 15/16:

90% Stated they were very satisfied/satisfied with the feedback they were given about targets and progress on their course.
91% Were satisfied with tutorials.
91% Were very satisfied/satisfied with student support.
83% Stated TCAT was a good place to learn.
92% Stated they are treated with respect and fairly by staff.
93% Stated that they felt safe at TCAT

 

Within the FE choices Learner satisfaction survey 15/16 the students rated the College 8.2 out of 10, which is above average compared to the satisfaction survey of learners at TCAT in the 14/15 survey.