BMet will seek to resolve any problems, grievances or complaints experienced by learners, parents, carers, guardians, employers and members of the community. This includes learners on the full range of provision offered by the college:
- 16-19 study programmes
- Adult learning programmes
- Provision for learners with high needs
- Provision for full or part-time 14-16 year olds
- Higher Education and other Higher Level Skills courses
- Full cost recovery courses
- Community learning
Download our full Complaints and Compliments Policy using the link below.
Quality Assurance for HE courses
BMet is a member of the Office of the Independent Adjudicator (OIA) for Higher Education students. Government legislation has recently amended the Higher Education Act 2004 to include FE Colleges who deliver HE provision. All students studying HE courses with us have recourse to the OIA if they have a complaint about any acts or omissions of the college, which cannot be addressed by the college.
The OIA website is http://www.oiahe.org.uk