To transform lives by achieving above average educational and employment-related outcomes through the delivery of high quality tertiary education in a well-resourced, supportive and superior environment.
Crown believes in the following values:
We wish to honour the intent of the treaty, and will, in our dealings with students, staff, stakeholders, and members of our communities, respect the cultural needs and protocols of Maori people. Any students or staff who identify themselves as Maori will be able to comply with the appropriate protocols if required (e.g. attending tangi or hui). Staff and students who identify themselves as Maori are encouraged to seek support of whanau or iwi members in their dealings with the college as appropriate. Maori greetings and blessings may be included in the conduct of some classes as appropriate. Maori cultural welcomes may be included in formal activities. We will include input from Maori to the appropriateness of our responses through our Advisory Committees.
To be recognised as a leading private provider in the provision of vocational education and training in Tourism, Travel, Hospitality, English Language and Business by learners, employers, careers advisors and other stakeholders.
By the quality of our students, the quality of our tutors, the quality of our programmes, in terms of content, delivery and assessment, students’ academic results and their job placement success.