Cambridge Regional College secures Matrix Standard
The Huntingdon Campus of Cambridge Regional College has full-college Matrix accreditation.
The Matrix Standard assesses and measures information, advice and guidance services; which supports individuals in their choice of career, learning, work and life goals.
The Huntingdon Campus award is testament to Cambridge Regional College’s commitment to constantly improving the quality of its service offering to students, adults and businesses alike and completes the set, with the Cambridge Campus already kitemarked for the Standard.
During the Accreditation Review, the college was praised by the assessment team. The assessor for the Matrix accreditation, Christine Smart, commented, “Evidence was established that illustrated clear leadership and direction from the top Managers and Staff spoke about the opportunity to contribute to the development of the service and how they all felt truly engaged with the vision and direction of the College. All were proud of what CRC is achieving and considered that the open and encouraging style from top down engendered the ongoing, ‘can do’ mentality.”
Michelle Dowse, Deputy Principal at CRC said: “This is a real mark of our progress and highlights the outstanding Careers and Student Support provided to our students. Our aim is to provide the very best support for our students to help them achieve and secure great careers. We are delighted with this latest accreditation.”
The Matrix accreditation for Huntingdon Campus is the latest in a line of successes the college has achieved in recent times. Key performance figures released recently place it first in the country (out of 198 colleges) in 19+ GCSE Maths A* – C pass rates. A centre of vocational excellence, Cambridge Regional College continues to grow and expand.