News Release - Aurora College
FORT SMITH, NT – Aurora College released its 2020-2021 Corporate Plan today (November 3) – the first annual plan that will support the College’s new three-year Strategic Plan.
The Corporate Plan is a document released annually that lays out a clear planning approach for the College with timely reporting focused on transparency and accountability. It outlines objectives set by the institution for the year, and includes a discussion of business activities, strategic issues and future objectives. The 2020-2021 Corporate Plan is the first detailed description by Aurora College of how a number of the transformation projects and processes will be implemented.
The Corporate Plan also outlines performance measures that will increase transparency and drive continuous quality improvement throughout the College’s transformation to a polytechnic university and beyond. The enhanced performance measurement system is an essential step in implementing the new Strategic Plan.
“At this stage of Aurora College’s transformation into a polytechnic university, the aim is to establish a performance measurement system that will strengthen the College’s foundation and set the context for key transformational changes,” said Andy Bevan, Aurora College President.
The Aurora College Corporate Plan 2020/2021 can be viewed here.
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Aurora College delivers academic upgrading, trades and industrial training, certificate, diploma and degree programs to more than 3,000 full and part-time students at three campuses, 21 Community Learning Centres and other community sites in the Northwest Territories. Community-centred post-secondary programs reflect Northern culture and the needs of the Northern labour market. Aurora College’s research division, Aurora Research Institute, conducts, supports, and licenses research in the NWT. Research centres are located in in Inuvik, Yellowknife and Fort Smith.
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