Work based training company, JTL, has received its fifth ‘Good’ rating from Ofsted.

The latest Ofsted inspection took place in November 2016 and the report was published on the Ofsted website on 5 January 2017.

JTL has been graded as ‘Good’ overall by government inspectorates, a reflection of the level and consistency of the services that JTL provides to employers, apprentices and others that receive training and training related support from the company.

JTL chief executive Jon Graham said: “This is excellent news at a time when some colleges and training organisations are struggling to achieve good gradings from Ofsted. This result comes from hard work across the business and a determination to ensure that we provide the best we can to those employers and individuals that trust us to deliver excellence on a daily basis. This is a great result for us as we continue to grow and add new dedicated training centres across the country.”

JTL currently has more than 6,300 apprentices in the electrical and heating and plumbing sectors and works with over 3,000 customer companies across England and Wales.