RCU have released the new Learner Deprivation Reports which are available now to AoC member colleges in England subscribed to the MiDES data benchmarking service.
These new reports enable colleges to analyse 16-19 and adult learner deprivation by:
- – Local authority
- – Learner characteristics
- – Course characteristics.
Colleges can also compare their own learner deprivation profile with the national picture and other selected comparator groups, such as region, rurality and provider type.
To download the latest report please visit the MiDES website.
MiDES is a shared service developed by RCU for the Association of Colleges.
Participating colleges upload their learner data to the secure MiDES data server creating a new sector-owned shared dataset. This creates a hugely powerful data resource for members that provides unique in-year benchmarking information.