Key roles of governors:
To ensure clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction
To hold the Centre Manager to account for the educational performance of the centre and its learners, and the performance management of staff
To oversee the financial performance of the centre and make sure its money is well spent
They also carry out a number of other important duties, which include:
The appointing and dismissing of staff
Hearing appeals and grievances
Forming policy on the centre’s curriculum
Setting standards for learners’ behaviour and discipline
Making sure centre buildings are welcoming and safe
Setting and monitoring the centre’s aims and policies
Effective governance will include these core features:
Commitment to ongoing development and to getting to know the centre well, including effective induction.
Commitment to playing an active part whilst working as part of a team.
Ability to provide robust challenge and hold centre leaders to account whilst listening to and respecting the views of others.
Focus on a strategic role rather than involvement in operational matters
Our Strategic aims:
To give each student access to education in safe and secure enabling environment
Develop each person with the skills they need as an individual
Assist in the transition from education to work and or Higher Education
To develop strong community networks and partnerships to ensure the longevity of our company and opportunities available to our students
To constantly adapt our courses and course content to make sure our students get the best experience and content to create a successful future