BHERT member PwC is one of Australia's leading professional services firms, bringing the power of its global network of firms in 157 countries with more than 223,000 advisors, to help Australian businesses, not-for-profit organisations and governments assess their performance and improve the way they work.
PwC’s stated purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems. From improving the structure of the Australian education and health systems, to performing due diligence on some of Australia's largest deals, and working side-by-side with entrepreneurs and high-net-worth individuals, its teams bring a diverse and unique combination of knowledge and passion to address the challenges and opportunities that face the community.
Education plays a key role in the economic growth and health of the nation. It is a catalyst for innovation and it enables social mobility. PwC recognizes that the education sector faces many challenges:
PwC works with leaders across all segments of the education sector to develop more responsive, resilient and connected institutions capable of delivering improved education outcomes. Its work in these sectors is grounded in experience from early childhood development to P-12 education to universities, training providers and adult learning.
PwC has published a series of education and skills viewpoints, exploring education reform as a driver of Australia’s future prosperity, making STEM a primary priority, and understanding how universities can improve academic performance through a case study with UNSW Sydney. It are also dedicated to supporting the growth of a future-fit workforce through its Skills for Australia program in collaboration with the Commonwealth Government and its 21st Century Minds Accelerator program.
The PwC team believes that lifting quality and access in education and skills is critical to Australia's future. Educational organisations, whether school boards, universities, government agencies, training organisations or NGOs, benefit from PwCs combination of skills and experience gained across the education, government, commercial and financial sectors. PwC works in collaboration with BHERT and its members to drive better education outcomes and ensure Australia’s future prosperity.
Learn more about PwC here: https://www.pwc.com.au/
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