|Ofsted Report into the Welfare and Duty of Care in Armed Forces Initial Training Published|
The third annual Ofsted report on the effectiveness of welfare and duty of care for recruits and trainees in Armed Forces initial training was published in September 2011.
The report demonstrates that the training establishments visited during 2010/11 have been graded as 'satisfactory' or better. For the first time since inspections began, one establishment, HMS Sultan, was judged as outstanding for the overall effect of its care and welfare provision. Of the nine establishments previously inspected, four had improved their overall effectiveness of welfare and duty of care. None had declined in the 2010/11 inspection year.
Click here to read the full report, which contains detailed findings about the progress made by each establishment since its previous inspection.