Education and Human Development
“True development cannot be attained without careful consideration of the quality of the mindsets of people. Education and human development are dynamically linked.”
-Dr. Noel Woodroffe
C-WBN’s longstanding commitment to human development has led it to the pursuit of several education initiatives.
NorthGate College (NGC), based in St. Augustine, is a secondary school that goes far beyond a commonplace academic experience by focusing on equipping students for life and functionality in a globalized world.
NGC offers a values-based education that focuses on providing students with a robust moral and ethical framework that grounds their academic pursuits and career development.
The Reformation Teaching Advance (RTA), one of the eight sectors of C-WBN, has built an extensive network of classroom and online learning environments for the dissemination and delivery of subjects areas ranging from Biblical studies to leadership development.
- 2009 marks NorthGate College’s 10th anniversary – www.northgatecollege.com
- The RTA’s Congress Online Learning Institute (COLI) was launched in 2005 and currently offers a wide range of customized online learning options – www.cwbninstitute.org
- Founded in 2000, the Breakthrough School of Ministry (BSM) operates in over 50 countries around the globe. Since its inception the BSM has graduated over 1000 students globally - www.bsmglobal.com
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