East Riding College has been awarded the Humber Gold Standard – just one of three organisations in the region to achieve this accolade.
The Humber Local Enterprise Partnership announced that the college had been awarded the Humber Gold Standard for Careers education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) earlier this month.
The Gold Standard was designed for 11-19 schools, academies, colleges and providers in the Humber.
Helen Wooldridge, director of learner services, planning and diversity at East Riding College said: “We are fully committed to ensuring that young people and adults are provided with high quality information, advice and guidance that enables them to make well-informed decisions about their future.
“I am delighted that our highly experienced guidance team has passed the very rigorous assessment process and secured the Gold Standard once again for East Riding College.”
Andy Crossland, Employment and Skills Board, Humber LEP said: “Information Advice and Guidance is essential in helping young people choose appropriate courses that lead to fulfilling careers. The Humber LEP congratulates East Riding College on gaining the prestigious Gold Standard.”