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Increase access to English as a Second Language (ESL) programs and vocational training and support Ø Deliver culturally appropriate and practical training that meets health and social needs Ø Align training to regional development priorities Key Performance Indicators Ø Diversity ( also relates to Strategic Object 3 ) o Women in management o Disability and youth Ø OSH ( also relates to Strategic Object 3 ) o Lost time - accidents o Incident reports Ø Risk Management & Register reviewed and updated annually ( also relates to Strategic Object 3, 4 and 5 ) Ø Professional Development ( also relates to Strategic Object 2 and 3 ) o Achievement of investment o Staff return to industry o Achievement of compliance - Professional Development (PD) requirements
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The Naja Group of Colleges Operational Plan – 2016 STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE 5 Growing our Business Ø New business opportunities are identified, developed and maintained as a result of strategic industry partnerships Ø Implement strategic marketing and communication approaches targeting specific audiences/market segments Ø Enhance the delivery of career information to high school teachers, students and parents to allow for smooth transitional pathways to NGC Ø Increase commercial revenue through strategic targeting of training markets Ø Attract and support multi-jurisdictional and international students Ø Diversify revenue sources by seeking new sustainable and profitable sources of revenue Ø Evaluate business model for commercial approach Key performance Indicators Ø Commercial growth and income targets Ø Proportion of revenue from non-profile sources Ø International enrolments Ø Number of new industry partnerships Ø Employer satisfaction with products and services Ø Repeat business Ø Increased level of industry engagement
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The Naja Group of Colleges Operational Plan – 2016 Business Plan Objective Operational Plan Objective Activity Resources Responsible Person Budget Timeframe KPI Enhance student success through quality recreational, academic advice and personal support initiatives. Outstanding Student Experience Increase flexible and blended delivery and assessment options including Recognised Prior Learning and e- learning Personnel to research and develop online content. Online portal VET Academic manager Trainers $5,000.00 February 2017 Determine online content Functioning online portal Enrol 100 e- learning students. Sustainability, Capability and Capacity Training facilities and equipment supports a quality learning environment Smart boards Interactive learning resources Funding Head of Accounts Academic Managers HR $24,000.00 January 2017 New Smart boards installed. All trainers know how to fully utilise Smart Board Interactive Learning materials developed
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