The governing body of the College is known as the Corporation. This is an independent legal body of up to 20 members – mainly from business and the local community, as well as a minority of elected staff and student members. The College’s Principal and Chief Executive is also a member.
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The role of the Corporation is not directly involved in the day-to-day management of the College. Instead it sets the strategic direction and framework within which the College operates. Its principal responsibilities are to:
Determine the educational mission and character of the College
Approve the quality strategy
Be satisfied as to the effective and efficient use of resources
Approve the annual budget
Appoint the senior staff and determine their pay and conditions
Set the framework for pay and conditions of service for all other staff
The full Corporation meets four or five times a year but much of its work is carried out by committees which meet on a regular basis. These committees are:
The College publishes approved minutes of the Corporation and its committees, along with other documents.
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