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Structure, governance and
We made substantial changes to the governance structure of the
college in 2014. The college introduced a new Board of Trustees,
which is our governance body.
The remit of the Board of Trustees is in Section XVIII of the
bye-laws. The board has full management and control of the college
(including its property and affairs) and of its administration.
However, under the charter or the bye-laws, some affairs are the
responsibility of the council.
The work of the board
Committees of the Board of Trustees
The board may delegate
responsibility to its committees or the chief executive (or other
senior members of staff). Any resolutions passed by those
committees must be endorsed by the board.
The committees of the
Board of Trustees are:
membership of the board of trustees
The membership of the
Board of Trustees is:
- Malcolm Basing
- Anita Bharucha
- Nigel Jones
these offices automatically become members of the board.
Trustees meet four
times a year, usually two weeks after a meeting of the council.
Trustees must attend a
training day held each year at the college, when their
responsibilities are explained. They also receive a copy of the
college’s constitution and strategic plan, policies and procedures,
and a job description.
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