Our Vision and Philosophy

 

 

 VISION

To provide better quality educational services and technology thus, becoming a valuable contributor to Education System Transformation within the Caribbean.

 MISSION

To collaborate with private and government stakeholders, using our expertise, technology, and foresight to continuously improve our performance in creating value for those we serve.


Our Business Philosophy

Our business philosophy was inspired by the late Cyril Duprey who said, “Give a man value, give a man service and he’ll support you”. This philosophy forms the foundation of our approach to business and drives our leadership to maintain a very high level of integrity at all times.

Having established the core of our value system via our vision and its function through the integrity of performance, we are confident to say that our service is truly dedicated to the benefit of mankind.

We believe in better education because a better education means a better life for all who have learned from our past, to prepare during the present for a better future. As such, our business seeks to contribute to the following needs of the country we serve and the world at large:

  • 1. A Happy and stable life

If you want to lead a happy life and enjoy the good things the world has to offer, you certainly need to get educated. A great job, a good social reputation are few of the many benefits of being an educated person. Education is a must for a promising and secure future and a stable life.

  • 2. Money

An educated person has more chances of landing up a good high paying job. Everybody wants a good life but the good life!. It may be called as the “root of all evil” but most people will agree that money is important for survival in today’s world. The more educated you are, the better career options you have!

  • 3. Equality

If we want to see the world as a just and fair place where everyone is given equal opportunities, education is what we require. Education is a must if we want to do away with the existing differences between different social classes and genders.  It opens a whole world of opportunities for the poor so that they may have an equal shot at well-paying jobs. Education also plays a major role in women empowerment.

  • 4. Self-dependency

Education is very important if you want to be a self-dependent person. It helps you become financially independent but that is not all.  Education also makes you wiser so that you can make your own decisions.

  • 5. Turning dreams into reality

What is your dream, your aim in life? Do you want to become rich?  Do you want to be popular? Do you want to be an extremely successful person who is respected by people? Well, the key to all this is education. Of course, there are exceptions, like sportsmen who don’t really owe their success to their education. However, in most cases, your degree is what helps you realize all your dreams.

  • 6. Making the world a safer and more peaceful place

Education majorly affects our understanding of the difference between right and wrong. An educated person is well aware of the consequences of wrong/illegal actions and he is less likely to get influenced and do something which is not legally/morally right. Also, a  number of uneducated people who live a poverty-stricken life owning to lack of opportunities often turn to illegal ways such as theft and robbery to solve their problems. If you are educated, you are well aware of your rights, the law, and your responsibilities towards the society. Hence, education is an important factor which contributes to social harmony and peace.

  • 7. Making people confident

Your educational degree is considered as a proof of your knowledge by many. If you are educated you have more chances of being heard and taken seriously. Generally, an uneducated man will find it harder to express his views and opinions owning to lack of confidence. Even if he does so, people may not take him seriously. Education gives you the confidence to express your views and opinions.

  • 8. Society

We all live in a society which has its own set spoken/unspoken rules and one of them is education. The society expects you to go to school followed by college, get a job, settle down etc. In fact, education helps you become a useful member of the society. An educated member certainly has a greater chance to contribute to his community. Education helps you become an active member of the society and participate in the ongoing changes and developments.

  • 9. Economic growth of the nation

Australia, USA, and Japan are few countries with very high literacy rates. These countries are extremely prosperous and the citizens have a high per capita income.  On the other hand, in underdeveloped and developing nations, where the literacy rate is not as high, a number of people are still living below the poverty line. Education is vital for the economic prosperity of a nation! (Source https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/top-10-reasons-why-education-extremely-important-mohamed-reda)

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