DVE is with you
To all our valued clients across Australia and those who are struggling right across the education sector, our message to you remains strong – we are here with you, side-by-side, to help you navigate this unprecedented crisis.
The Coronavirus outbreak took us all by surprise in January and it continues to lead us into uncharted waters. We now face the very real prospect of prolonged change and for many universities and HE providers, the rapid move to an online environment for teaching and learning activities, as well as many other processes. DVE has over a decade of experience in the sector and has worked with 34 Australian universities and numerous private providers to deliver successful outcomes. Our clients know we deliver what they need on time and on budget, including for one client where we moved 127 courses online in 3 months – videoing, online structure, content – everything.
DVE has value for money, reliable and flexible experts, digitally ready to work with you safely and remotely. We stand together with you in this time of challenge.
THE DVE WAY
As the education sector finds itself in a fast-paced environment with shorter timeframes, tighter budgets and greater competition, institutions need to increase their level of productivity, minimise costs and achieve better student outcomes and departmental growth.
DVE Solutions is a valuable partner for universities and educational institutions to overcome these challenges. By leveraging our expertise and proven methodology, you can create a sustainable, high-performance institution.
Who we work with
For over a decade, DVE Solutions has been a leading provider of specialised consultancy and subject matter experts for the higher education sector. We work with institutions across Australia, New Zealand and internationally to facilitate positive change. DVE Solutions has worked with over half of Australia’s universities.
Since last quarter a great deal has occurred in our sector. We each read the latest news either in the public media, Campus Morning Mail or elsewhere and sigh heavily as more voluntary redundancies are announced, more organisational restructures are implemented, and more staff upheavals are planned. To say it …