Quality Control


Quality education requires the commitment of all involved to strive to meet the highest standards in order to produce proficient and skilful technicians. For this reason we have a quality control programme to ensure that all FTE-affiliated institutions are efficient, the teaching approach is consistently student-centred and the students’ educational needs are fulfilled. External auditors travel to the educational facilities every semester to perform the 3 stages of the audit.

  1. Classroom Audit: Sit in classrooms to observe trainings and student behaviour. Focus is on the content and how it is being delivered. In this stage the auditor is looking to ensure that each lesson is student-centred and taught in a way that is understandable by all students, not just the best students in the class

  2.  Student Evaluation: Every student is evaluated to determine educational progress. A two-hour written technical test is administered as well as individual practical lab exercises to determine equipment comprehension.

  3. Management Operations: The auditor meets with the management team and teachers to review performances.