Post-16 Education Reform
Post-16 education reform
“Faster progression from college to university, greater collaboration between colleges - including mergers where appropriate - and a closer match between skills and employer needs”
Education Secretary Michael Russell 14.9.11
Operating in the context of the Scottish Government’s Post-16 Education Reform Programme and the changes driven by the introduction of tuition fees, Scotland’s Universities and Colleges have never been under more pressure to perform.
How robust is your strategy in the current climate of economic uncertainty? How well will your organisation perform this year and next? How will these external changes affect your whole business, from recruitment of students to retention of staff – is your team ready to tackle the challenges ahead?
Valuta provides strategic guidance to leadership teams and heads of department through periods of dynamic change. We analyse the performance of your strategy in the current market and consider a range of scenarios in the short and medium term.
The Valuta approach builds trust and confidence and quickly gets to the heart of the issues limiting organisational performance improvement.
Valuta combines three key elements of experience to bring you a uniquely valuable service:
- Advisors to Scottish Government - more than 40 programmes and projects including post-16 education reform, ILA Scotland and Curriculum for Excellence.
- Consultants to Universities - guiding successful change since 2003.
- Expertise in programme and project management - Valuta's Successful Delivery Criteria and Practice Intelligence(R).
Don’t wait to find that you have to react – get ahead of the curve, and stay there. Working with Valuta improves performance.
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“I particularly value the Valuta team's ability to translate good project practice into our own environment. Their advice is presented in a way which reflects, but also challenges, our institutional culture, and allows us to maximise the benefit of their involvement, which is central to the success of our project”
Professor Nigel Seaton - Edinburgh University