Education and Training that supports the Changing Economy
Our mission is to provide a commonly available 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 requirement for a knowledge-based economy. We consider deeply in the inherent value of life-long learning. Our commitment 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 we:
- Place students and teachers at the center of all our activities;
- Promote and coerce for high standards and achievements;
- Are dedicated to excellence in all our tasks;
- Are a comprehensive school that encourage lifelong learning and equal opportunities;
- Promote team working and the distribution of knowledge, information and experiences;
- Value and energetically hearten respect for the environment; and
- Demeanor all our operations in a professional manner, with integrity, competence, accountability and collective dependability.
The strategic objectives upon which this strategic plan is based are:
- To augment and widen the contribution of students, raise accomplishment whilst ensuring succession and equal opportunities;
- To induce competence, accountability and value for money;
- To provide a secure, convivial, friendly and superb teaching and learning environment;
- To consistently develop and sustain a professional, technically competent and effective staff;
- To construct effective national and international partnerships, school links, university links and collaborative arrangements;
- To sustain and enhance a positive approach towards equal opportunities irrespective of unjustified differences;
- To adopt a marketing oriented approach in research, analysis and catering for the target markets;
- To meet the training needs of staff through consultations with professional bodies and employers; and
- To become a key player and a centre of distinction with respect to international students.
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