Not in Education, Employment or Training
760,000 people aged 16-24 were classed as NEET in 2018
ONS, Nov 2018
Nisai provides solutions that make education accessible and flexible.
Accessed from any location that has a computer and an internet connection including Community Centres, Careers Services and public libraries, Nisai can provide support with Entry Level 3, Function Skills Levels 1 & 2, GCSEs and A Levels. Progression for these young people can be on to Further Education, Employment or Training.
Nisai's British curriculum is quality assured and approved by the UK's Department for Education as a Section 41 provider of online education. We are also a Cambridge International School, providing quality education to students across the globe.
All schools within the Nisai Group are either ISI or OFSTED inspected.
If learners are looking for a route of study that included a vocational programme leading on to employment, then the Nisai Passport to Work would be appropriate providing theoretical learning in the vocation, along with support in Numeracy and Literacy.
Local Nisai Learning Services Managers work with Post 16 advice services up and down the country to check the suitability of potential learners and to identify potential funding routes based on the need of the young person.
Senior leaders have very effectively created a culture in which they and staff have high aspirations for their students. "