Profounds Unsung Heroes


There are a lot of things that go on behind the scenes here at Profound Group to ensure our training and employment services are of a continuous high standard. We believe it is important that we share some of the recent successes achieved by our Data and Compliance Team.

Our Data and Compliance team are in charge of the timely and accurate processing of data and information across Profound Group. This includes managing learner and employer details, working with various awarding bodies to register and claim learner certificates; all whilst remaining compliant with the Skills Funding Agency (SFA)* rules. The team already work with 4 large North East Further Education Providers and hold 7 partnership agreements with other training providers.

Take a look at the facts & figures…

–          a huge 7946 certificates registered and claimed since 2011

–          3666 new starters processed since August 2014

–          2373 completed qualifications processed since August 2014

–          2352 exams (not including resists) booked since August 2014

If our reputation for quality data compliance processes wasn’t already enough, in March 2015 the team received a 0% error rate in their SFA audit!

Pictured above L to R: Craig Felton – Office Manager, Lynda Aamer – Administrator, Leah Liston – Administrator, Sarah Menday – Senior Auditor/Administrator, Claire Martin – Head of Audits IOS and SFA, Contracts and Compliance

The team have developed great working relationships with our current partners and look forward to working alongside new partners as Profound Group continues to grow and expand. The team’s understanding of audit compliance processes means if you work with us, we can ensure your staff are trained the same standards.

*Skills Funding Agency fund skills training for further education in England. They support over 1,000 colleges, private training organisations and employers with more than £4 billion of funding each year.

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