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Welcome to the Learner Satisfaction Survey hub!

The Learner Satisfaction Survey continues to give students the opportunity to give honest feedback about their learning experience. NUS believes that the views and the experiences of students should be central to college quality, and improvement processes.

NUS believes that there is no feedback more valuable than that provided by students themselves.

The Learner Satisfaction Survey as part of the Further Education Public Information Framework and FE Choices not only continues to give students a voice, but also aims to inform their choice.

NUS continues to work with the Skills Funding Agency, students' unions and providers to develop engagement with these tools.

This hub is designed to give you information, advice and ideas about how you and your students' union could, and should, engage with the Survey and other feedback mechanisms within your college.

There is information about survey site, accessing and analysing results, as well as information about how best to promote the survey in your college. There are also examples of good practice from a growing number of students' unions in the Case Studies section.

The profile of the Survey continues to develop and colleges and other providers are now placing more emphasis on it so they can generate higher response rates and improve satisfaction. This is something that students' unions could, and should, be doing too.

If you need any help, have any queries or would like to talk to someone about the survey in your college or provider then please get in touch by emailing lss@nus.org.uk

The 2013/14 survey has now closed. Results will be published on the FE Choices website towards the end of 2014.



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Hi, I'm Joe Vinson, Vice President (Further Education).

Welcome to the Further Education zone of NUS Connect where, come rain or shine, you'll find campaign information, news and ideas to take up in your students' union. Campaign materials and information for students are available at www.nus.org.uk.

If you have any comments or ideas on how we can improve this section, then please email me at joe.vinson@nus.org.uk. In the meantime, please check out my blog for photos and my thoughts on the varying campaigns we're running.

Staff contact: Katie Shaw, FE Campaigns & Policy Officer