GRETB’s vision is to actively lead the provision of high quality education and training programmes and services that respond to the changing needs of learners and society. This vision is reflected in the goals of GRETB’s Strategy Statement 2017-2021.
GRETB’s strategic goals are:
At GRETB all of our strategic planning, policy development and implementation is guided by the core principles of the organisation:
Leadership – Actively leading in the provision of education and training in the region and influencing the future direction of the sector.
Inclusivity – Openness, respectful and inclusive in the treatment of our learners, stakeholders and staff. A culture where diversity is welcomed and valued.
Collaboration – Strong, mutually beneficial partnerships and teamwork, facilitating the sharing of knowledge, ideas, expertise and skills.
Innovation – Creative and innovative thinking by encouraging new ideas, trying out different approaches and responding to change.
Accountability – Responsible decision-making, open, honest and transparent in all activities.
In compliance with the Qualifications and Quality Assurance (Education and Training) Act 2012 GRETB is in the process of re-engaging with Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI), the independent State agency responsible for promoting quality and accountability in education and training services in Ireland.
Since its establishment in 2013 GRETB has operated the four separate quality assurance policies and procedures originally agreed with FETAC. Re-engagement with QQI requires GRETB to develop a set of common quality assurance policies and procedures appropriate to all of its education and training services.
As new policies and procedures are developed and formally approved they will be published to this page and will supersede older versions.
Overview of GRETB’s governance structure: