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Downer – A business as usual approach

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Last updated 06 December 2012 10:39 by NZTecAdmin

Downer have moved away from a set programme of provision to a business as usual model where literacy and numeracy development is supported throughout all aspects of their business.

Key content

  • Quality Assurance processes
  • Business as usual
  • Training pathways

Things to think about

  • What could be the benefits and challenges of having provision as business as usual not defined within a programme?
  • What systems have Downer created to support a business as usual approach?


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09 August 2017 23:56
That's really a good move. It is really looking a good business model that is built on the foundation of literacy and numeracy development which is further supported throughout all aspects of the business. We at https://distanceeducation360.com/ strongly believe that we offer quality education to our students so that they can become a good manager after completing the distance education MBA course from our institution.
11 October 2017 18:22
CIPFA is the leading accountancy body for the public services providing education and training in accountancy and financial management. http://www.cipfa.org/
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