- Strategic plan
- Getting to know NWC
The New World Institute is registered business name of NWC Investments Group Pty Ltd in Australia as a private limited company, responsible for international standards research, education and training.
It is a professional and independent body responsible for collecting, managing, analyzing, evaluating and communicating research and statistics about education and training internationally.
New World Institute aspires to be recognised as a professional leader in providing vocational education and English Language excellence to the local and International communities. As a centre of learning and service, we will work to empower students with the skills and confidence to be contributing members of the business industry community.
New World Institute pride in efficiently using the resources at its disposal and strives to continuously improve itself, its programs, and its technology.
The mission of New World Institute is to train, build and prepare people to occupy key positions within the International Education industry. In the pursuit of this mission, we aspire to the following values:
- Behave in a legal, fair and ethical manner
- Make and keep commitments to our clients, customers, agents and associates
- Contribute to the growth and prosperity of our company through individual and team effort
- Show respect for ourselves and others by being open and honest in all business dealings
- Commitment to lifelong learning
- Support each other to carry out worthwhile high quality work
We are able to deliver high quality training in the context of best practice, whilst also accommodating new innovations in technology.
A board of nine directors, with experience across state, territory, and Commonwealth governments, industry, unions, and training authorities, manage NWC.
NWC’s founding and continuing mission is:
- Engage and consult with providers and higher education stakeholders
- Protect the quality of Australian higher education and its reputation domestically and overseas
- Continue to grow organisational capability and achieve operational efficiency
- To establish a new stage of higher education, as a collaboration across disciplines and professions, that will deploy a new leadership force of experienced leaders transitioning from their income-earning years to their next years of service.
- To pioneer in life-long learning for late-stage learners who will use the knowledge to change society and its institutions, individually and collectively making a difference on global, national, and community problems.
- To ensure that this mission of serving the world contributes to a great University for the future.
- To help shape and contribute to a growing body of knowledge about how to change society at the system or institutional level, through innovations that improve education, health, environmental stewardship, and other complex multi-stakeholder issues benefiting from leadership that can work across professions and disciplines.
NWC’s areas of activity:
- Undertaking a strategic program of education and training research, including the management of national competitive grants programs and collect and analyse international statistics and survey data.
- Collecting and publishing research findings on Forestry and higher education from across the world through the NWC Policy research database.
- Disseminating the results of research and data analysis.
- Building links with similar international organizations to foster comparative analysis and collaborate on issues of mutual interest.
- Undertaking commercial consultancies.
NWC provides research and statistical information to a wide range of stakeholders, including:
- Department of education and training authorities
- Registered Forest Certification organizations
- Education and research practitioners and providers
- Educational institutions
- International businesses
- International agencies
- Industry skills councils
- Employer- and employee-based associations or organizations
NWC’s corporate values are:
- maintaining honesty, integrity and quality
- being customer-focused and outward looking
- driving innovation and continuous improvement
- building strong and effective relationships
- promoting collaboration and teamwork.
NWC’s success is measured by:
- the use, relevance and overall impact of its research and statistics
- accessibility of its information
responsiveness to governments, the higher education provider, industry and the community.
The following principles of practice guide NWC’s work:
- Analysis will be transparent and replicable.
- Methodology will follow sound statistical practice and be open to scrutiny.
- Statistical and research results (excluding commercial consultancies) will be published provided that quality standards are met.
- Release dates of publications will be available, and any embargo conditions will be clear.
- Statistical and research results will be descriptive or test research questions and will avoid advocating a particular position.
Research and statistical data are archived to ensure their availability for future researchers, policy-makers and practitioners.
NWC data will be secure and protected by current leading practice, with multiple layers of protection and encryption where necessary.