Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Education and Training that supports the Changing Economy
Our mission is to put forward a commonly accessible education with an international perspective, receptive to the needs of the individual and the economy at large.We contend that quality education and training is a vital fatality for a knowledge-based economy. We consider deeply in the inherent value of life-long information. Our committedness with industry, business, and higher educational colleges highlight the foundations on which the School has been established. Our nucleus and ways of working are that wePlace students and teachers at the center of solely our activities bring up and coerce for high standards and achievementsAre dedicated to excellence in all our tasksAre a comprehensive school that encourage lifelong learning and equal opportunitiesPromote team working and the distribution of knowledge, information and experiences esteem and energetically hearten respect for the environment andDemeanor all our operations in a professional manner, with integrity, competence , accountability and collective dependability.Strategic AimsThe strategic objectives upon which this strategic computer program is based areTo augment and widen the contribution of students, raise skill whilst ensuring succession and equal opportunitiesTo induce competence, accountability and value for moneyTo provide a secure, convivial, friendly and superb teaching and learning environmentTo consistently develop and sustain a professional, technically competent and effective supplyTo construct effective national and international partnerships, school links, university links and collaborative arrangementsTo sustain and enhance a positive approach towards equal opportunities irrespective of unjustified differencesTo adopt a marketing oriented approach in research, analysis and catering for the target marketsTo meet the training needs of rung through consultations with professional bodies and employers andTo become a key player and a centre of distinction with respect to internat ional students.ReferencesJohnson G. Scholes K. Whittington R. (2005). Exploring Corporate Strategy. Seventh Edition. England Pearson tuition Limited.Rugman M. A. Verbeke A. (1998). Corporate Strategy and International Environmental Policy. Journal of International line of products Studies, Vol. 29, Issue 4.Wagner T. (2000). How Schools Change Lessons from Three Communities Revisited. New York Routledge Falmer.