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26. Únor 2024OUR STRATEGY


The Business Academy and Hotel School Třebíč is the center of vocational education in the city and one of the largest schools in the region. In the current school year, over 800 students are being educated in 4 study programs with a high school leaving examination and in 6 programs which are finished with a vocational certificate. The school has 100 teaching and 30 non-teaching staff members. It operates in 2 cities and 6 buildings i.e. Trebic – Sirotci Street, Braf St., Tomas Bata St., Otmarova St., and a building in the town of Namest nad Oslavou.

Main Strategic Objectives

  •          Increase and deepen the theoretical vocational competencies of students using modern teaching methods, IT techniques within the framework of cooperation with school partners.
  •          Create a stable teaching team that will work in a pleasant school atmosphere and provide students with education using modern teaching methods across all fields such as ICT and language education integration, cooperation, CLIL and mock companies.
  •          Support further education of teachers.
  •          Maintain and further develop cooperation with all school partners, expand their ranks with new companies, institutions, and schools in the Czech Republic and abroad.
  •          Flexibly respond to changes in all areas of education and ensure an integration of ICT into all subjects using appropriate teaching methods.
  •          Focus on significant changes in the job market.
  •          Participate in projects and grant programmes contributing to positive changes in education, cooperation among students, implementing new teaching methods.
  •          Ensure quality education for all students while developing their language skills.
  •          Plan and implement further school development in the area of investment activities.
  •          Ensure quality strategic management of the organization at all levels.
  •          Support quality public relations of the school and significantly deepen cooperation between the school, parents of students, and school graduates.
  •          Involve students in decision-making about the functioning of the school.
  •          Create conditions for the implementation of extracurricular organized activities for students.
  •          Offer public specialized courses to enhance vocational qualifications.
  •          Ensure the economic and financial stability of the school.