Highlands College's mission is to meet the further and higher education needs of the people of Jersey. With the working aim to provide a high-quality 21st-century learning environment that will enable students to develop the know-how and wherewithal to live economically, socially, and personally fulfilling lives. Highlands offer high-level technical and vocational courses for young people qualified to progress to advanced level learning. As a comprehensive college, they also provide further general education courses for school leavers to develop the skills and attributes required for future progression.
Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi to deploy Tribal to improve student experience from enquiry and enrolment to graduation and alumni
Tribal Wins Five Year SaaS Student Management System Contract with Publicly Owned New Zealand Tertiary Education Institution.
Auckland, 17 November 2020 - Tribal Group, a leading provider of software and services to the international education market, has been awarded a contract to deploy its market leading student management system at Literacy Aotearoa.
Tribal Group ‘s ebs:VET, a pre-configured version of the organisation’s Student Information System, ebs, will be delivered from the cloud on a five-year SaaS subscription and will go live in January 2021. It will improve the way Literacy Aotearoa’s 40 sites throughout New Zealand collect, collate, analyse and share information, helping to optimise the learner journey and support the organisation’s growth.
Formed in 2013, Coleg Cambria has rapidly established itself as a leading UK education provider and one of the largest colleges in the UK, with approximately 6,000 full time students, 20,000 part-time learners and many international links.
Tribal Group, a pioneer world-leader of education software and services, has announced the signing of a five year contract with Carey Baptist College for the deployment and ongoing management of Tribal’s Student Management System (SMS), ebs:VET.
Colleges are beginning to plan their phased returns to campus based learning from September. Institutions have a duty of care to their staff and learners to ensure a safe return to the learning environment, and a requirement for Track and Trace reporting to log instances of COVID-19 and take the appropriate measures.
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Leeds City College pave the way in revolutionising improvement in English and maths
This month, Leeds City College proudly became the first provider in the UK to achieve the Further Education and Skills Quality Mark Award. Their successful accreditation sees them lead the way in revolutionising how Further Education and Skills providers approach the challenges of quality improvement in English and mathematics.
The new partnership aims to utilise the unique features and strengths of both software solutions to benefit customers.