The Rinova consortium has been selected by the Learning and Improvement Service (LSIS) for a second investment and case study – this time for a Peer Review and Development (PRD) group that will focus upon quality and improvement through self assessment.

The PRD group will develop a collaborative approach, sharing best practice and ideas for learner – centred quality improvement.  Its work will be linked to OFSTED requirements to use Self Assessment Reports and Quality Improvement Plans as a main source of valuable information to shows strength, areas for improvement and how improvements are taking place in organisations that fall under its remit.

This latest investment will culminate in the production of a case study and participation in dissemination activity to inform LSIS’s wider work in supporting improvement in the learning and skills sector.