Supporting you through times of change
Continuing funding pressures, recruitment concerns, COVID-19 and the impact of lockdowns, and now the current cost of living crisis mean challenges continue to be present for the further and higher education sectors.
Furthermore, consideration must be taken of the impact of the Skills for Jobs white paper, within which the Government outlines its plans to ensure that further and higher education is coordinated in a way that allows young people to develop the technical and practical skills they need to secure good jobs and enhance national productivity. Impacting both colleges and universities, we’re sitting on the cusp of a shift that will impact pupil engagement and numbers, generating subsequent changes to budgets, funding, strategy and more.
Now more than ever, institutional leaders need strategic partners who can empower and assure them. We’ve been a helping hand to the sector since its inception and remain an understanding and unrivalled source of support to our clients, helping them navigate these changes to yield the best outcomes for all. To accurately budget, forecast and ensure long-term financial stability, it’s important that trusts can analyse their financial results and understand how their performance compares to their peers.