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Training Providers, Employment Services Providers, private Registered Training Organisations and universities to ensure training delivery is appropriate and/or customised Ø Align the College’s scope with industry skill shortage areas and employment Ø Align Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS) delivery with industry skills shortage areas Ø Training products and services are of high quality and meeting student and industry needs Ø Strengthen relationships through – trust, reliability, shared accountability and consistency Ø Implement a coordinated and managed approach to identifying, attract and retain strategic industry partnerships Key Performance Indicators Ø Graduate employment outcomes Ø Increased market share for trainees Ø Skills shortage area targets (including delivery in VETiS) Ø Targets for number of industry partnerships
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The Naja Group of Colleges Operational Plan – 2016 STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 3 Sustainability, Capability and Capacity Ø NGC has a reputation as a great place to work Ø Training facilities and equipment supports a quality learning environment Ø Develop and implement a Workforce Development and Diversity Plan Ø Ensure the College’s business processes and operating systems are contemporary Ø Review and update policy, procedure and business rules and prioritise Human Resources, enrolment systems, IT and finance to ensure improved effectiveness and efficiency Ø Health and safety in the workplace are a priority for staff, students and management Ø Focus on financial sustainability through continued efficiencies of our operations Ø Continuous quality improvement is embedded across the College’s operations/activities Ø NGC will invest in long-term strategies as part of its commitment Ø The College’s infrastructure supports training and assessment requirements now and in the future Key Performance Indicators Ø Achievement of Delivery and Performance Agreement (DPA) Profile and related targets Ø Section 40 Ratios o Adjusted operating result o Working capital o Cost per Student Curriculum Hour (SCH) Cash ratio o Sustainability of cash reserve Ø Expenditure to budget Ø Full Time Employment (FTE) ceilings Ø Staff turnover Ø Review strategic plan annually
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The Naja Group of Colleges Operational Plan – 2016 STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 4 Community and Social Responsibility Ø Develop a Local Workforce Development Plan which increases career opportunities across all areas of the College Ø Provide youth engagement programs that support work readiness and vocational training programs Ø Consult and develop innovative training models to suit the diverse learning styles that improve participation, retention and completion rates Ø Provide pathways to strengthen training participation by youth, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse backgrounds Ø NGC will support communities with training to support their social and economic aspirations Ø
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